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Consulting for Sustainable Events

- Orientation for elaborating and planning an event to be produced in a sustainable way.
- Guidance for planning and certifying an event as a Green Event, Sustainable Event.

Event with cycle closure

- Elaboration, planning and production of your Sustainable event, guaranteeing the viability of Green certification, category Sustainable Event.
- Event with closed cycle, reporting information about the origin of products and services, as well as the destination of all waste.
- Report post event with evidences to enable certification.

GRI REPORT FOR EVENTS

- GRI reports (relating to ISO 20121) of the event with evidence to be used by the organizers and sponsors in their global GRI reports. Carbon footprint calculations of the event and suggestions for compensation in several ways.

SPEECHES

- Lecture elucidating the importance of events, how to reduce costs and leave a positive legacy.

CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE SET DESIGN

- Scenography planned, executed and assembled in a Sustainable, Certified way and guaranteeing a social environmental responsible production.




Tuesday without Plastic




Tuesday without plastic #tuesdaywithoutplastic is an awareness campaign where we are part of the solution, where the challenge is to build new habits. We believe changes in habits are possible and we can be the difference !!
The campaign #tercasemplastico #tuesdaywithoutplastic calls all human beings to initiate a major change of habit: One day a week without single-use plastic (the disposables), a total of 4 days a month, every Tuesday.

Scientific data indicates that in 2050 we will have more plastics than fish in our oceans. This before they discovered about the micro and nano plastics; so the situation is even worst ... Every hour 1.5 million plastic bags are consumed. In Brazil, the bags account for 10% of the collected waste. The impact of not using these bags for just one day a week is huge. In 12 hours 18 million plastic bags will no longer be consumed. In four days, 72 million. Imagine the difference to the environment.

For every plastic product for a single use, there is a sustainable substitute.
For example:

Plastic straw -> replace with paper, metal or glass straw (it is only bought once).

Plastic cup -> metal cup or jars
Coffee cup -> mugs or glass
PET Bottle -> Glass Bottle
Plastic bags (supermarket, pharmacy and shops )- Ecobags of various sizes, folding bags
Plastic sachets -> Filó and voile bags (excellent option even for storage).

Changes of habits are possible and small changes make all the difference!

#tuesdaywithoutplastic #zadacriacaosustentavel #sustainability

Help publicize the project Tuesday without Plastic. You can use our logo. Choose the language, right-click and download. The planet thanks!



PROJECTS WITH A SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL LOOK

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

A sustainable event is one designed, organized and implemented in a way that minimizes its possible negative impacts and leaves a beneficial legacy to where it has been installed and for all those involved.
Event is one of the ways to disseminate knowledge (technical conferences), to promote the economy / trade (trade Shows / fairs), to bring entertainment and culture to all corners of the planet and to aggregate people with the same interests and objectives.
Following the tripod of Sustainability, in addition to helping the event to be economically viable, will have in its package positive socio-environmental actions. Positive socio-environmental actions are beneficial for brand building, for the event and for its sponsors. Information! The first to change parameters occupies privileged place in the mind of the people. We only change the way we think and look, from a new information and / or perception.
The thought, the look. The event is the same, the way it is thought and produced is what brings the change. The sustainability assumptions are implemented, as they can be implemented in our daily life habits. The event starts to leave a positive socio-environmental legacy in a measurable way.
Sustainable event is not a rustic-looking event, or raw material. Sustainable Events plans to reduce the use of all materials, use recycled materials or low environmental impact in their production, so technology and innovation are excellent partners for sustainability. A high tech scenario can have a degree of sustainability much higher than a scenery with a rustic look, often being this purely "Green washing". A small example is buying new pallets to make scenery is completely off the basics of sustainability, is telling a lie.
Change in the behavior of the organizers. Enchantment of the sponsors, clients and attendees, being them part of a process that leads to a positive legacy. More people understanding the need for a change. Being able to offer to the sponsors an investment with social-environmental guarantees and showed by reports.
In 2015, countries adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals. In 2016, the Paris Agreement on climate change entered into force, addressing the need to limit the rise of global temperatures. Governments, businesses and civil society together with the United Nations are mobilizing efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Agenda by 2030. Universal, inclusive and indivisible, the Agenda calls for action by all countries to improve the lives of people everywhere.
The SGDs (Sustainable Development Objectives) related to the events are:
  • SGD 8. Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
  • SGD 9. Build resilient infrastructures, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation.
  • SGD 10. Reduce inequality within and between countries.
  • SGD 12. Ensure sustainable production and consumption patterns.
  • SGD 17. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.
Closing cycle comes from the concept of "circular economy": where every thing that is used comes from, how we use it and where it goes. Aiming to have no residues in our events. We carefully choose all the materials that will be used, how we will use them, in what way, and how these materials will always be sent with the goal of not having residues. Materials return to their origin (rented), others enter another productive cycle by reuse, mostly artisanal, or for recycling. Organic waste is sent to compost. All this is evidenced.







2030 AGENDA


17 Goals to Transform Our World In 2015, countries adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals. In 2016, the Paris Agreement on climate change entered into force, addressing the need to limit the rise of global temperatures. Governments, businesses and civil society together with the United Nations are mobilizing efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Agenda by 2030. Universal, inclusive and indivisible, the Agenda calls for action by all countries to improve the lives of people everywhere.





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