Do you want to introduce greener practices and ways of working within your event, your premises or your teams? These are the steps I propose to help you achieve this at your own pace
Step 1 : 1st meeting
full diagnosis of the event or site
aim: analysis of needs and levers for action
Step 3 : 2nd meeting
strategic review of the priorities and discussion of a plan of action
aim: implementation of first sustainable improvements and alternatives
Step 5 : (in)formation
training sessions for teams and suppliers on environmental issues and/or the development of a communication plan.
aim: involve all stakeholders
Step 7 : assessment
Final written report of field findings and suggestions for improvement
aim : to maintain respect for the environment and to involve the public.
Step 2 : intitial rapport
proposals for action are included in the report.
Step 4 : writting
drafting ad hoc documents: sustainability policy, 1 or 3 year sustainability plan, internal or external communication
aim: to make the sustainability policy a permanent one
Step 6 : course of the event
overseeing the proper running of the event and implementation of sustainability policy
Any event organiser or venue manager will benefit from this journey if
you are wondering how you can act in your professional practice and daily life to change your carbon balance.
you ask yourself how to change your and your team habits and to become more environmentally responsible.
you wonder how, in the context of your actions and programmes, you can awaken and nourish the reflection of your audience.
your desire to improve is sometimes met with a lack of knowledge or incomplete information about what can be effective and relevant in terms of sustainability.
you are very busy managing the day-to-day needs and priorities required to develop your activity or event.
you want to involve your audience in a change of attitude and discourse, with symbolic and exemplary value.
you want to be part of a network of environmentally conscious organisers.
you are wondering what the financial implications of a sustainable policy will be.
you want to put in place an action plan that will work over time and for all the futur events .
you want your team to be aware of climate change issues and have easy access to training.
you fear, wrongly, that going green will mean compromising on the quality of the event or service.
you want to improve the experience of the public, to bring beauty, respect for all, with a positive message.
you want to move with the times and organise an inclusive event that respects audience and gender diversity.
you want to work with someone who is an expert in the field, and take the burden of examining and improving your carbon impact off your shoulders.
you would like to be kept up to date with the latest developments in the practice of sustainability in the sector.
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