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Earn CMP credits!

ALL education sessions at this year's conference are approved by The Events Industry Council to count toward your CMP certification. Keep your professional status up-to-date while enjoying and learning from this incredible lineup of speakers.

Communicating the Positive Impact: Sharing Your Sustainable Event Story with Transparency and Integrity

Suzanne Morrell  (Founder and Sustainability Consultant, Creating Environments)

Location: 14

Date: Wednesday, February 14

Time: 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Pass Type: All Access, Combined CS/TSE Education Pass, TSE Conference Pass, TSE Premium Pass - Get your pass now!

Track: TSE-Sustainability, CS-Sustainability

Theme: CSEP-approved

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

If you already practice event sustainability or have plans to include aspects in your future events, you'll need to join this conversation with other sustainable event practioners. Event sustainability requires a strong supportive community in order to push boundaries, build trust, create transparency, navigate regulations and share data.

We all need to work together.

In this session, we will examine what established sustainable event practices of event businesses around the world are authentic examples of what we all must be doing right now in order to normalize climate literacy and prioritize high-impact practices.

Time to sink the silos.

Enough holding your cards close…and we are so past trendsetting. We must share knowledge if we truly want to make an impact. This is a time to establish partnerships, team up and skill up, and provide support.

It is time to deliver long-term value for clients by helping them enhance their environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting with data driven metrics.

You CAN position your brand and business, distinguish yourself from the pack AND still compete. But amplifying sustainable event success stories as an industry collectively creates the norm.