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Alexandria, VA 22314

Webinar: What’s the Score in Greening Your Supply Chain?
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What’s the Score in Greening Your Supply Chain?

GMIC Sustainability in Action Series 

August 14, 2012 at 9am PST

 

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Did you know that up to 80% of an event’s environmental footprint can be found within the supply chain?

This webinar will discuss how major corporations are using "scorecards” to evaluate, manage and measure supplier environmental performance, and demonstrate how meeting and event industry professionals can adapt this strategy to influence their suppliers’ practices.

Participants will review sample scorecards and learn how to use the APEX/ASTM standard as a framework for creating their own assessment tool.In this webinar you will:

  • Discover the key components of a scorecard
  • Understand how scorecards can be applied to help green your meeting and event supply chain
  • Learn how to create scorecards that align with the APEX/ASTM standards.

GMIC Guest Presenter: Deborah Popely


Deborah Popely is principal of Green Events Source, which was founded in 2007 to provide consultation, training and resources for sustainability in the global meetings and events industry. She has more than 25 years’ experience as an event planner, sustainability consultant and trainer. Most recently, she was a Senior Director at the Delta Institute, an innovative leader in green economic development, where she provided technical assistance, training and marketing support to businesses, government agencies, academic institutions and nonprofits related to green buildings, energy-efficiency, local food production, green purchasing and green economic development. She is an approved trainer for the Green Meeting Industry Council International (GMIC), a co- founder of GMIC Chicago Chapter and participated in the development of the new APEX-ASTM standard. She also publishes the Green Events Source Book, a free resource on best practices in sustainable meetings and events. More information at www.facebook.com/GreenEventsSource.