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Peter (talk) 15:28, 31 May 2020 (CEST)
Knowledge base "how to green a conference"
Collect valuable sources of knowledge and discuss it :)
one goal already reached in Leipzig: a sustainable caterer (improvements still needed) https://www.do-it-at-leipzig.de/de/Suche/Auszeichnung-fuer-nachhaltiges-Catering-fairgourmet-gewinnt-Meeting-Experts-Green-Award_1156.html?news1263.id=107&news1263.year=2017&news1263.month=2&strQuery=nachhaltig&jumpancor=news107
a "completely green event" by Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt: https://www.nachhaltigkeitspreis.de/ueber-uns/green-event/
a little bit offtopic but maybe worth a read: https://www.bund-berlin.de/themen/klima-ressourcen/energie-klimaschutz/gesundheitswesen/
a co2-calculator for congress related transports/storage, travel, accomodation + and something to compare it to other events
we might need:
still unsorted links:
at 35c3 (partially already at 34c3) we had a local transportation ticket included and collectively financed :)
many things at congress are built with wood :)
we have an inhouse navigation tool and inhouse phone system (POC), reducing costs for international guests :)
congress helpers often sleep at hostels or collective housing projects :)
we have "congress everywhere" :)
we collectively re-use and repair old gadgets at congress - and we teach others how to do it (soldering!!) :)
our electronics gadgets are mainly made of plastic, have a short lifespan and use lots of power :(
is the energy source for heating and electricity at congress/camp/event sustainable?
-> (Messe Leipzig?! http://www.leipziger-messe.de/unternehmen/nachhaltigkeit/)could we ask a bike sharing company to deliver ~100 bikes to the CAMP? this might reduce individual transportation costs and reduce loading space and coordination efforts. if the bikes can be used "30/60 minutes for free" or locally used via an untracked codelock app, we might just pay the bike rental a general fee for delivery&service
-> sustainable fairground with tents https://www.dbu.de/phpTemplates/publikationen/pdf/1106120214467vbo.pdf
--Ralf (talk) 20:55, 02 February 2019 (CET)