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58th ICCA Congress | Evolution or revolution? Transforming tomorrow from climate emergency to shared prosperity

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Science alerts us that to significantly slow down Climate Change we have to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2030 and to be neutral by 2050. This requires that the events sector radically rethinks and redesigns our business strategies to not only become more sustainable, but to catalyse other industries while we regenerate our host environments and communities.
This raises the question are we ready to undertake the deep and exponential changes to survive, do we have the leadership capacities that this demands? And perhaps most importantly do we need to speed up the existing industry evolution or start a low carbon revolution?
In this inspiring, interactive and educating session, we will enter into a deep conversation, exploring the pioneering strategies and actions required to transform tomorrows events industry from one disrupted by a climate emergency to a sector that creates a prosperous future for all.
The session is designed to unlock the collective intelligence of the audience through a series of short Firestarter speeches from sustainability leaders from destinations, venues and clients, followed by a moderated debate and knowledge interchange between all participants.

Science alerts us that to significantly slow down Climate Change we have to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2030 and to be neutral by 2050. This requires that the events sector radically rethinks and redesigns our business strategies to not only become more sustainable, but to catalyse other industries while we regenerate our host environments and communities.
This raises the question are we ready to undertake the deep and exponential changes to survive, do we have the leadership capacities that this demands? And perhaps most importantly do we need to speed up the existing industry evolution or start a low carbon revolution?
In this inspiring, interactive and educating session, we will enter into a deep conversation, exploring the pioneering strategies and actions required to transform tomorrows events industry from one disrupted by a climate emergency to a sector that creates a prosperous future for all.
The session is designed to unlock the collective intelligence of the audience through a series of short Firestarter speeches from sustainability leaders from destinations, venues and clients, followed by a moderated debate and knowledge interchange between all participants.

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58th ICCA Congress | Evolution or revolution? Transforming tomorrow from climate emergency to shared prosperity

  1. 1. Evolution or Revolution Transforming tomorrow from climate emergency to shared prosperity Moderated by Guy Bigwood, Managing Director
  2. 2. Tania Baumann Chief Operating Officer, World Energy Council David Fiss Director, Business Development, Partnerships & Event Strategy, Sustainable Brands Nalan Emre COO, IMEX Group Petra Stusek Managing Director , Ljubljana Tourist Board Guy Bigwood Managing Director: Global Destinations Sustainability Index
  3. 3. World Energy Council Tania Baumann, Chief Operating Officer Grand Transition
  4. 4. What are the systemic drivers of the Grand Transition? 4
  5. 5. 5 Pre-determined factors Critical uncertaintiesThree plausible pathways to 2040
  6. 6. 6 • What is the impact of thriving digital and market solutions on events industry? eg Connected cities, major advances in mobility, digital innovation (AI. VR?) • What will organisers as consumers demand? What should they demand from destinations, venues, suppliers? What will your delegates and sponsors demand? • What role will local, national and global policies have on events? What to expect about policies on environmental impacts of events – eg carbon, resources, water, pollution? • Economic role of MICE to a destination vs carbon? • What impact on supply of new and upgraded venues? • Role of cities in stepping up: urban resilience and climate adaptation • Global cooperation drops and economic growth slows → global risks accelerate: global warming, environmental immigration, low trust • Reduction in viable destinations? Highly varied standards and expectations between delegates, sponsors, cities and countries?
  7. 7. www.worldenergy.org | @WECouncil Thank you! Tania Baumann baumann@worldenergy.org
  8. 8. Sustainable Brands The preeminent global collaboration, learning, and communication platform accelerating brand transformation for good. The Bridge to Better Brands
  9. 9. The Bridge to Better Brands
  10. 10. The Bridge to Better Brands What is the Social License to Operate? The social license to operate (SLO), or simply social license, refers to the ongoing acceptance of a company or industry's standard business practices and operating procedures by its employees, stakeholders, and the general public. The concept of social license is closely related to the concept of sustainability and the triple bottom line. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/social-license-slo.aspiple bottom line.
  11. 11. The Bridge to Better Brands
  12. 12. The Bridge to Better Brands
  13. 13. The Bridge to Better Brands
  14. 14. The Bridge to Better Brands
  15. 15. The Bridge to Better Brands
  16. 16. The Bridge to Better Brands
  17. 17. The Bridge to Better Brands
  18. 18. The Bridge to Better Brands
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  20. 20. The Bridge to Better Brands friendly change. "Switching to larger-size amenities across more than 5,600 hotels around the world is a big step in the right direction and will allow us to significantly reduce our waste footprint and environmental impact as we make the change," CEO Keith Barr “I think the customer is actually out in front of government,” Keith Barr, CEO of InterContinental Hotels Group, told delegates on Tuesday at the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Global Summit in Seville, Spain. (April 2019) https://skift.com/2019/04/03/consumers-lead-the-sustainability-debate- says-intercontinental-ceo/
  21. 21. The Bridge to Better Brands
  22. 22. The Bridge to Better Brands
  23. 23. The Bridge to Better Brands
  24. 24. The Bridge to Better Brands
  25. 25. The Bridge to Better Brands
  26. 26. The Bridge to Better Brands
  27. 27. SUPPORT WOMEN & GIRLS #BrandsforGood 9 BEHAVIORS WE WANT TO SHIFT REDUCE FOOD WASTE & WATER Plan meals ahead, prepare smarter portions, use what you have in the fridge and compost. EAT MORE PLANTS Moderate meat consumption and consume products that supports regenerative agriculture. GO RENEWABLE Switch to renewable energy sources at home, ride public transportation and purchase products using renewable energy. Support causes and products that educate girls, aid better family planning and support women-owned business. GO CIRCULAR Choose products made with recycled content and recycle, rent, share and buy used over new products whenever possible. GO SIMPLE Buy products with simple, clean ingredients that are healthier for you and protect habitats and biodiversity. EXPAND EQUITY & OPPORTUNITY Buy fair trade as well as brands supporting inclusive and equitable products, policies and causes. GO DURABLE Buy better, buy less. Reduce single-use items and purchase durable, reusable products instead of disposable ones. SHOW UP Vote at the ballot box and with your wallet, make your voice heard and volunteer in your community. Preserve Resources for Life Foster Resilient SocietiesReserve/Stop/Mitigate Climate Change
  28. 28. IMEX America Driving Change
  29. 29. IMEX in Frankfurt & IMEX America are powered by renewable energy
  30. 30. IMEX Green Squad
  31. 31. Evolution or Revolution? Transforming tomorrow. Actually today. In Ljubljana, Slovenia ICCA. 29. 10. 2019. PETRA STUŠEK, CEO Ljubljana Tourism
  32. 32. Regeneration. Before Today
  33. 33. Before Today
  34. 34. Moustache Tour
  35. 35. TržnicaGreen Supply Chains
  36. 36. Gourmet Ljubljana
  37. 37. Smart waste management
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  39. 39. SUPPORT WOMEN & GIRLS #BrandsforGood Discuss these behaviours. What’s your success trying to change them Are we missing any that need to change? REDUCE FOOD WASTE & WATER Plan meals ahead, prepare smarter portions, use what you have in the fridge and compost. EAT MORE PLANTS Moderate meat consumption and consume products that supports regenerative agriculture. GO RENEWABLE Switch to renewable energy sources at home, ride public transportation and purchase products using renewable energy. Support causes and products that educate girls, aid better family planning and support women-owned business. GO CIRCULAR Choose products made with recycled content and recycle, rent, share and buy used over new products whenever possible. GO SIMPLE Buy products with simple, clean ingredients that are healthier for you and protect habitats and biodiversity. EXPAND EQUITY & OPPORTUNITY Buy fair trade as well as brands supporting inclusive and equitable products, policies and causes. GO DURABLE Buy better, buy less. Reduce single-use items and purchase durable, reusable products instead of disposable ones. SHOW UP Vote at the ballot box and with your wallet, make your voice heard and volunteer in your community. Preserve Resources for Life Foster Resilient SocietiesReserve/Stop/Mitigate Climate Change
  40. 40. SUPPORT WOMEN & GIRLS #BrandsforGood How do we accelerate the change of the “systems” that support these behaviour within the events industry? REDUCE FOOD WASTE & WATER Plan meals ahead, prepare smarter portions, use what you have in the fridge and compost. EAT MORE PLANTS Moderate meat consumption and consume products that supports regenerative agriculture. GO RENEWABLE Switch to renewable energy sources at home, ride public transportation and purchase products using renewable energy. Support causes and products that educate girls, aid better family planning and support women-owned business. GO CIRCULAR Choose products made with recycled content and recycle, rent, share and buy used over new products whenever possible. GO SIMPLE Buy products with simple, clean ingredients that are healthier for you and protect habitats and biodiversity. EXPAND EQUITY & OPPORTUNITY Buy fair trade as well as brands supporting inclusive and equitable products, policies and causes. GO DURABLE Buy better, buy less. Reduce single-use items and purchase durable, reusable products instead of disposable ones. SHOW UP Vote at the ballot box and with your wallet, make your voice heard and volunteer in your community. Preserve Resources for Life Foster Resilient SocietiesReserve/Stop/Mitigate Climate Change
  41. 41. ENGAGE ENABLEINSPIRE What is the GDS-Index Our Purpose destinations to become more sustainable places to visit, meet in and thrive in. A destination level movement that benchmarks and improves the sustainability strategy and performance of destinations. It was founded by:
  42. 42. +58 global destinations. Goal is to have 300 by 2023 We are the leading community of event destinations committed to sustainability
  43. 43. How do we engage, inspire and enable sustainability? Through Extreme Collaboration Stakeholder Engagement Benchmarking Performance Co-Creating Strategy Accelerating Innovation Training And Coaching Improving Communication Strategy Impact Measurement And Reporting

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