During a busy Bank Holiday weekend in Brighton, with several events taking place at the same time, litter surfaced in the streets almost immediately. So, that made me think. Why do people throw their rubbish on the street and not in a bin? Who is the first person to litter or leave rubbish behind?
Creating an environmental plan for your event is easier said than done. How you set up your environmental plan is up to you. This might sound a bit vague but it really depends on you, your organization, and the commitment that you want to make. But what should go into an environmental plan?
Your audience wants you to organize a green event. Having said that though you need to make sure you have everything in place to actually make it happen. Claiming that you are ‘green’ is not enough. Event planners need to make it clear to their fans what they are doing!
More and more event organizations have an environmental policy in place. But what does such a policy actually look like? Event planners need to have a vision and they need to set themselves goals. And event planners please… make sure you can live up to them!
What do you need to do to make your event or festival more sustainable? More and more event planners want to implement sustainable policies and make their event greener but don’t know where to start. Event planning involves sustainable event management.