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Why would you ‘go green’?

An introduction to event greening: Part 2 of a 4 part series by the Event Greening Forum. “The greenest event is the one that doesn’t happen,” says Greg McManus, Chairperson of the Event Greening Forum (EGF). As true as this is, the EGF is not advocating we stop hosting events. Events offer many benefits, such as stimulating the economy, providing
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What does ‘going green’ mean?

An introduction to event greening: Part 1 of a 4 part series by the Event Greening Forum (EGF). ‘Green’ has become a blanket term for anything that has environmentally friendly features. It’s quite broad and vague, so it’s always good practice to ask what an organisation means when they claim to be green or are going green. Most likely you’ll find
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Member Spotlight: Taubie Motlhabane from Tshwane Tourism

Every month we shine the light on an Event Greening Forum member who is making noteworthy achievements in their event greening efforts. This month we feature Taubie Motlhabane, a mover and shaker, and the Divisional Head at Tshwane Tourism.     Q. WHAT IS YOUR ROLE AT TSHWANE TOURISM, AND WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT IT? My role at Tshwane
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