Event greening Q&A

Event greening Q&A

  Q. What can guests do to calculate and reduce their carbon footprint from travel (flights) to and from events? How do we help guests reduce this? Event attendees can have a huge impact on the event’s carbon footprint, so it’s a great idea to educate them to...
EGF Member Spotlight: David Frost from SATSA

EGF Member Spotlight: David Frost from SATSA

Each month we shine the light on an Event Greening Forum member who prioritises sustainability in their work. This month we are putting David Frost, the CEO of the Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (SATSA), in the spotlight.     Q. CAN YOU TELL US...
Slashing commute time could save 214m tonnes of CO2 by 2030

Slashing commute time could save 214m tonnes of CO2 by 2030

An increase in flexible working will reduce levels of carbon dioxide by 214 million tonnes per year by 2030, according to a new study by Regus. The economic study, carried out by independent researchers, found that if the growth in flexible workspace continues to...

What makes the green traveller tick?

The environmentally-aware traveller represents one of the fastest growing niche markets in the tourism, travel and leisure sectors today and this discerning market is set to become one of the key income generators in global tourism over the next decade.  For the...