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Eco-Friendly Events
What's that?

MARCH 30, 2019

With global warming, carbon emissions and the environment at the forefront of the world’s mind, you might have recently heard of terms like green, sustainable or eco friendly gaining popularity in the Events industry. But what do these terms actually mean? Well, to put it simply, an eco friendly event is one that is consciously designed to give something back to the earth. It focuses on the reduction of waste and resurrection of used things thereby reducing the overall carbon footprint of an event.

There is so much that goes into organising an event ; selecting a venue, decor, invites, gifts, transport & catering to name a few, and hence events attract a myriad of environmental problems through different phases of the event life cycle. These however, if tackled sensitively can be a huge step to provide a long term solution for the ever growing problem of waste. The attention to details and dedication towards the protection of the environment is at the core of a green celebration.

An eco-friendly event is not only about the use of recyclable or biodegradable products, but also a platform to create social awareness. By hosting a green event and sharing your earth friendly actions you can encourage guests and participants about the environmental impacts of waste, and can work to change consumer behaviour with respect to waste, packaging and recycling.

So, the next time you come across these terms, you know their true meaning. To be on the same page with nature while celebrating and that every event becomes a green event is the need of the hour! And remember, it’s totally possible to host an event that hits all the right sustainable notes while achieving all the things you’ve ever wished for!The first and most important step one can take is to be truly committed to making a change. It takes one person to make a positive impact and you can be the one to make these changes to help sustain the beautiful world we live in and assure a green future.

Eco-Friendly Events?
What's that?

March 30, 2019

With global warming, carbon emissions and the environment at the forefront of the world’s mind, you might have recently heard of terms like green, sustainable or eco friendly gaining popularity in the Events industry. But what do these terms actually mean? Well, to put it simply, an eco friendly event is one that is consciously designed to give something back to the earth. It focuses on the reduction of waste and resurrection of used things thereby reducing the overall carbon footprint of an event.

There is so much that goes into organising an event ; selecting a venue, decor, invites, gifts, transport & catering to name a few, and hence events attract a myriad of environmental problems through different phases of the event life cycle. These however, if tackled sensitively can be a huge step to provide a long term solution for the ever growing problem of waste. The attention to details and dedication towards the protection of the environment is at the core of a green celebration.

An eco-friendly event is not only about the use of recyclable or biodegradable products, but also a platform to create social awareness. By hosting a green event and sharing your earth friendly actions you can encourage guests and participants about the environmental impacts of waste, and can work to change consumer behaviour with respect to waste, packaging and recycling.

So, the next time you come across these terms, you know their true meaning. To be on the same page with nature while celebrating and that every event becomes a green event is the need of the hour! And remember, it’s totally possible to host an event that hits all the right sustainable notes while achieving all the things you’ve ever wished for!The first and most important step one can take is to be truly committed to making a change. It takes one person to make a positive impact and you can be the one to make these changes to help sustain the beautiful world we live in and assure a green future.