Congratulations on taking the first step on the road to sustainable event management. We’ve put together a program to help you tackle sustainability in easy steps.
The Events Sustainability Roadmap offers event planners a helping hand to lead you along the sustainability road, one step at a time. It’ll be pain free, and help navigate you through the sometimes overwhelming area of sustainability. Before you know it you’ll be well on your way, and heading straight for improved sustainability performance across your event. Take a sneak peek here or download a summary PDF: The Events Sustainability Roadmap.
Step 1. Become a member of the SEA
The first step is to sign up to the Sustainable Event Alliance. You can then sign up to the Events Sustainability Roadmap program. By signing up to the Sustainable Event Alliance you will gain access to a huge range of resources and information on best practice, international standards, as well as access to the s.Venue and s.Supplier databases. It will also link you into the sustainable events community around the world. Join Now
Once you have joined the SEA, and agreed to the membership charter, you then need to sign up to the Events Sustainability Roadmap. Joining the Roadmap is free for SEA members. Then get on the road! (Note: If you’re already using one of the endorsed programs, you don’t need to use the roadmap in order to use our SEA Membership Logo).
The next step of course is to undertake a systematic approach to identifying and managing sustainability issues, making sure all are engaged that need to be, implement your actions, and assess your performance.
Step 4. Use the SEA Membership Logo
Once you have joined the SEA, agreed to our membership charter, signed up to the Roadmap program, and have begun actioning sustainable steps you will be eligible to use the SEA membership logo in association with your event. This logo is an acknowledgment of your commitment to improved sustainability performance. Once you have completed the required first steps, you’ll be emailed the logo to use. Read more about using the logo.