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Greener, Cleaner Copenhagen

The Danish capital is moving decisively towards a low-carbon economy, and its role as host of this year’s WindEurope conference will put its innovative renewable energy enterprises in the spotlight. Copenhagen’s Amager Resource Centre supplies power and heating to about 140,000 homes, thanks to technology that converts household waste into energy. From the Financial Times…

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First Look Research | Sustainability Report

The impact of climate change and the ongoing environmental degradation of the planet has highlighted the urgent need for sustainability across all industries and sectors, including meetings and business events. But while sustainability is the word on everyone’s lips, to what extent are meeting planners incorporating sustainable practices into their work? From Northstar Meetings Group…

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Copenhagen Legacy Lab | Legacy Case Studies

What happens when associations prioritise long-term positive impact in the early planning stages of their event? And what kind of activities and outcomes can it lead to? To cast light on this, Copenhagen Legacy Lab is launching a series of legacy case studies. Throughout 2022, Copenhagen Legacy Lab has been rolled out at several congresses…

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