Monaco Tourism and Convention Authority
CLIENT / SECTOR:
Monaco Tourism and Convention Authority / Tourism
TYPE OF EVENT:
Workshops and meetings: 50 pax, Gala dinner: 320 pax
Offices from around the world
Every year, our client holds an annual meeting, bringing together all its foreign offices and members to discuss the issues, action plans, strategies, and budgets for the coming year.
Organize an environmentally responsible meeting by reducing the carbon impact of the entire event.
Welcome all overseas offices, minimizing the carbon footprint in terms of transport and transfers in particular.
To get to Monaco, direct flights and airport transfers by electric taxi or public transport were favored to reduce carbon emissions. Travel in Monaco was carried out on foot or by public transport.
Organize workshops and meetings in a responsible venue.
The meetings were held at the One Monte-Carlo conference center, a BREEAM-certified building. As a result of its environmental and social management, it has earned the Green Globe certification. Its eco-friendly actions include eco-friendly supplies, designated trashcans for recycling, and glass bottles in all the rooms to limit waste.
Stay in a hotel providing accommodation, meeting rooms, catering, parking, and “green” activities for all participants.
Accommodation was provided in hotels with the Green Globe certification. This internationally recognized sustainable certification, designed for the luxury travel and tourism industry, guarantees certified establishments strong environmental and societal commitment.
To organise a dinner for 300 people in line with all health requirements.
One Monte-Carlo created coffee breaks, finger food lunches, and a gala dinner using fresh, local, and organic ingredients whenever possible. The menus were designed to limit red meat, which is the food with the greatest environmental impact.
Offer healthy and responsible catering, favoring short supply chains.
A carbon audit was carried out. Any emissions that couldn’t be reduced were offset via a donation to a reforestation project.