The Rise of Event Industry

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The Rise Of Event Industry And Event Tourism

YinJin Chen (Damon) 2-6

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Date: 20 October, 2012

Table Of Content

Introduction…………………………………………………….3
Chapter One: Events place today………………………………4 People activities…………………………………………... 4 Government Support……………………………………….4 Important for local…………………………………………5
Chapter Two: Events and Environment Sustainability………...5 Important for Environment Sustainability………………….5 Effects to environment……………………………………..6 What measures we can do?...................................................7 The biggest challenges that we faced………………………8
Chapter Three: The events effects on society in future………..9 Positive effects
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So this just makes us to realized the importance of sustainable development.

At the moment when we development of events, we also bring some impacts to the environment at the same time. For example, when we are building a conference and exhibition center, we have to concern about carbon emissions because of the engineering machinery we are using. How to correctly deal with construction waste is also a serious problem.

As time moves on, the term “green events” have entered the events industry to generally refer to control the negative environmental impacts of events, including carbon reduction, recycling, waste reduction and so on. Olympic Games is one of famous Mega-events. The Centennial Olympic Congress, Congress of Unity, held in Paris in 1994, recognized the importance of the environment and sustainable development, which led to the inclusion of a paragraph in Rule 2 of the Olympic Charter (Olympic.org, unknown time). The IOC(International Olympic Committee) has admitted its specific function to promote sustainable development and to take the environment as the third dimension of the Olympic spirit, sports and culture.

Event greening is not rocket science; it is common sense if you care about people and our planet. It should also make financial sense, and build a positive brand, with many other benefits unfolding as it becomes a standard way of doing business. However, it is essential that it is
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