This prestigious competition, the Quiksilver Pro takes place in our backyard and it’s a good opportunity for us to check on the environmental credentials of the event and improvements made at each tournament. At this year’s event Climate Wave launched a facebook cause “Support surfing events to go Green”. The aim for this cause is […]
It seems that some sports are dabbling in the green arena but as surfers we would like to see surfing become “The Bench Mark” in sustainable event management for all others to follow. Climate Wave have started a facebook cause page “Support surfing events to go Green” to gauge the reaction of surfers to the […]
I’m excited, are you? You should be… this recognition by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) confirms what we’ve known for a long time, that events are one of the most active sectors in the tourism industry and of great value for communities around the world. “No one would deny that conferences, concerts, sports competitions […]
Yes we do! Our office is run from solar panels on our roof and offset by 100% green power which are the major changes we’ve made for financial and evironmental benefits. They are simple things to do, you just need to get into the habit. Start small and one by one before you know it […]
While providing environmental management for an event recently we found it interesting that people don’t seem to know how to recycle waste using the correct receptacle. In a newspaper article it was stated that only 25 per cent of waste thrown in the yellow-lid recycling bin was actually recycle-friendly. How long have we been recycling […]
The UNITY Festival is a celebration of diversity – a colourful fusion of the rich and diverse cultural influences in the Tweed and Byron Shires brought together to create a unique global event. The Unity Festival is on Saturday the 2nd of October 2010 from 12 noon to 10 pm @ Murwillumbah Showgrounds. This event […]
Well naturally I’d say yes, that’s my job! And when you look at the impact an event has on the environment, many companies are looking for green alternatives. When you consider the power usage and enormous waste generated by most events, with the right management it won’t leave such an impact.