Sustainable events  

We support our clients in organising sustainable events and certify them according to ISO20121 through accredited third-party bodies. Events are one of the most effective marketing tools to communicate with stakeholders and to show your commitment to sustainability.

Sustainable events: the planning stages  

Circularity supports companies throughout the organisation of an eco-sustainable event, from internal staff training to the management of the event itself, right up to obtaining ISO20121 certification.  

Strategic communication plan 

Support for content development, creation of sustainability policies, Vademecum on sustainable event management and dissemination of the Manifesto

Continuous training  

Staff on sustainable event management: dissemination of best practices and implementation of initiatives, from the choice of suppliers to the organisation of the event

Environmental impact measurement  

Analysis of product emissions and support in the selection of mitigation and offsetting initiatives to reduce the Carbon Footprint  

ISO20121 certification

Support for the collection of documents, audits at the event and validation by a third-party certification body to provide certification

The advantages of a sustainable event  

 There are many advantages to organising a sustainable event, not only from an environmental point of view but also economic and social. 


Cost reduction through more rational use of resources (energy consumption, waste, logistics, etc.)  

Brand image 

Improvement of the brand image and attraction of investors and sponsors.  


Reduction of the event’s ecological footprint and certification of commitment at international level


Aligning with the values of the participants increases their involvement and awareness of green issues  

Measuring the impact of the event  

Circularity supports companies throughout the entire process of organising a sustainable event, including the delicate phase of measuring climate impacts. We have developed a reporting methodology that allows us to classify the emissions generated according to three scopes:  

  • Scope 1 – Direct emissions: emissions produced by an energy source owned or controlled by the organisation;   
  • Scope 2 – Indirect emissions: emissions due to the production of energy purchased and used by the organisation (electricity, steam and heat);   
  • Scope 3 – Other indirect emissions: emissions caused by the extraction and production of materials, waste management, transport and any other indirect emissions.

Scopri come Circularity ha aiutato le imprese ad applicare i principi della sostenibilità nell’organizzazione di un evento.

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