Plan your events with sustainability as a core value.

Health, Wellness & Environment:

Sustainable Event Strategist


What You'll Learn

  Articulate the business case for implementing a sustainability strategy for meetings and events


  Understand the main causes, effects, and solutions to climate change


 
Establish a culture of sustainability within your event planning process and team

  Apply pre-planning and budgeting practices to set your sustainability programs up for maximum success


   Contrast various frameworks for sustainable event planning, including the EIC Sustainable Event Standards, ISO 20121, Council for Responsible Sport certifications, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals


   Implement tactics to reduce event waste and greenhouse gas emissions


 Measure, report and share your event's sustainability results

With the launch of the UN Sustainable Development Goals in 2015, the government and industry have refocused toward the 2030 achievement of responsible targets from poverty, hunger and education to climate action, clean energy and sustainable growth. These 17 goals have filtered through all levels of business, including meetings and events.

As the meeting and event industry looks for solutions to the climate crisis, plastic pollution and other world challenges, the potential increases for our sector to be a force for good. Humans will always gather for face-to-face connection, so the challenge for today's event professionals remains—how can we plan those gatherings in ways that preserve the planet for future generations?

Through MPI's Sustainable Event Strategist Certificate Program, discover how to view the event planning process through the lens of sustainability. Learn tactical best practices for reducing the environmental impact of your events, and explore how to create a culture of sustainable decision-making throughout your planning process.

Sustainability isn't just a matter of protecting the planet — it's a matter of relevance. In today's world, a robust sustainability strategy is vital for meeting your stakeholders' expectations and maintaining event credibility.

Participants of this course receive the following after program completion: 

  • CMPI Clock hours 4

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Julia-Spangler

Instructor: Julia Spangler

Julia Spangler helps organizations and event professionals reduce the environmental impact of their events in order to preserve our planet and deliver powerful sustainability results. As the owner of Ecosystem Events, Julia specializes in reducing & diverting waste at meetings and events. Julia's experience ranges from conventions and banquets to festivals and concerts. She has led waste diversion programs at events with up to 24,000 attendees, and her programs have resulted in waste diversion rates as high as 93%. Julia is a proud member of MPI and was the recipient of MPI’s RISE Award for Young Professional Achievement in 2019. She is based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

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Sustainable Strategist


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Course Dates:

9:00 am - 1:00 pm CST


September 15, 2022 (Live-Online)

November 10, 2022 (Live-Online)