Learn how to “green” your meetings and events in the Greenest City in North America.*
These workshops are designed with a holistic approach to the requirements of planning, managing, measuring and reporting results of your meeting or event.
3/23/2012 to 3/24/2012
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This weekend workshop is 3 CEU credits for students and/or professionals.
Learn how to "green” your meetings and events in the Greenest City in North America*.
These workshops are designed with a holistic approach to the
requirements of planning, managing, measuring and reporting results of
your meeting or event. Find out how to implement sustainable best
practices for your organization to reduce negative impacts on the
environment, increase profitability, and add value to the community in
which you do business.
These workshops are important and relevant to anyone who wants to
implement sustainability within an organization; a business, an event,
or a venue.
This is what you can expect:
Sustainable E-Guide - Online Text which includes 24 modules of educational information and resources, Pre-work required.
Panel of experts will discuss best practices related to: water,
represented by the PUC; energy, by PG&E; and zero waste, by
First College Training by designated Green Meeting Industry Council
(GMIC) Trainers on the Principles of Sustainable Meeting and Event
Standards - A certificate will be awarded.
Tour on "Teacher Bus” of Recology Tunnel Road Disposal and Museum and
onboard presentation on sustainable transportation sites visits.
Seminar at San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf featuring an Aquarium of the
Bay presentation of Sustainable Seaford-Seafood Watch program, Fog
Harbor Fish House Restaurant presentation of Sustainable Seafood and
Management practices with samples. World Centric will provide
serviceware and a presentation related to eco-labels and
biodegradable-compostable products. Everything Audio-Visual demonstrates
Facility Visit - W Hotel General Manager Tour and Presentation, Accommodations
**All attendees must wear closed-toe shoes or they will not be allowed on site.
*SF named Greenest City in North American by Siemens Company 06.30.11