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ABPCO frigiver køreplan for oprettelse af en mere bæredygtig begivenhedsindustri

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ABPCO har udgivet en rapport og køreplan for oprettelsen af ​​en mere bæredygtig begivenhedsindustri, når tiden til at falde sammen med åbningen af ​​COP24-klimaforhandlingerne i Katowice, Polen.

Efter deltagelse i et FN-miljøprogram (UNEP) i Paris i oktober med titlen: "Leveraging Sustainable Procurement Practices to Transform Tourism Value Chains", samledes ABPCO og dets medlemmer for at overveje de områder, hvor industrien kan have den mest betydningsfulde indvirkning på skabelse af en bæredygtig fremtid.

Ved hjælp af FN's mål for bæredygtig udvikling identificerede ABPCO et ønske om, at industrien skal gøre mere inden for:

• Ansvarlig produktion og forbrug
• Kvalitetsuddannelse og partnerskaber
• Reduktion af uligheder

UNEP-workshoppen i Paris fremhævede også en mulighed for eventindustrien til at samarbejde tæt med den bredere gæstfrihedssektor inden for følgende nøgleområder:

• Udfasning af engangsplast
• Bæredygtig indkøb af fødevarer
• Circularitet i forsyningskæden

ABPCOs rapport og Sustainability Roadmap blev lanceret på IBTM i sidste uge sammen med deltagere fra UNEP, Positive Impact og andre brancheledere med fokus på bæredygtighed.

“COP24 will ensure the world is focused on sustainability over the coming days so there was no better time to launch both our report and Sustainability Roadmap,” comments Heather Lishman, ABPCO’s Association Director, who has been leading the project on behalf of the association. “We have worked with members from both the supply and demand side of the industry to identify where we can have the greatest impact, whilst ensuring the whole sector continues to deliver maximum value for those looking to use events as a means of education, communication and business development.”

Positive Impacts Fiona Pelham comments: “ABPCO has shown significant leadership by attending, contributing to and communicating about a UN environment event on behalf of the global event industry. ABPCO members should be extremely proud that their association is taking leading action to protect our future and the future of the Events industry.”