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Three ways you can improve your event’s sustainability on Earth Day 2022

by Emily Wallin

Today is Earth Day so here at Exhibition News we have been thinking about ways we can make an instant impact.

Here are three things you can do to make your events more sustainable.

Track your footprint

This week event sustainability body Isla has launched its carbon measurement platform Trace.

After two years of development, Trace will capture emission and waste data from live, hybrid and digital events.

The platform will generate real-time reports and allow event planners to measure and reduce carbon emissions across a range of factors.

Find out more here.


Learn from the exhibition’s industry’s greenest cheerleaders

The May issue of EN is packed with features from the most sustainable businesses in the sector. Hear from IMEX, RX and 73 Media about what they are doing.  The digital edition of the magazine will be out next week.

Subscribe to the digital edition – save paper  – and make sure you don’t miss it.


Shape the future of sustainable events

EN sister publication Conference News and Manchester Central have teamed up to undertake research, on behalf of the events sector, to help pave the way for a more sustainable future for us all.

The results will be presented back to the sector, providing tangible insight and guidance, to support our shared sustainability journey.

Shaun Hinds, CEO at Manchester Central says: “As we emerge from the pandemic it’s clear that our industry has experienced lasting change.  We’ve proven our ability to find solutions and to innovate to ensure live event experiences would return, bigger and better than ever.

“Now is the time to harness this drive and take even bolder steps to safeguard our future and reinforce the contribution our sector can make to addressing global issues. We need to dig deep into where and how we can now make a real difference. We need a truly collaborative approach to overcoming challenges and not being afraid to ‘tear up the script.’

“This research is intended to provide real insight to support this effort. We are urging all stakeholders to take part and help us gather rich and comprehensive data that will inform the next stage of our shared journey.”

Take part in the research here.


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