9 September 2022

Under the banner of sustainable mobility – How to decrease pollution at an event?


In recent years we have been able to observe a European breakthrough in what is the field of renewable energy and pollution. The only sector in which harmful CO² emissions have increased is transportation. In particular, in the aviation sector whose emissions have in fact increased two and a half times over the past decade.
Today there are more than 450 airports operating within the European Union, moving more than 1 billion people each year. This is an impressive number and therefore gives us a real understanding of the level of pollution generated by this sector. Despite this, there are many airlines that are adopting “carbon offset” strategies within their corporate assets. But what is it all about? It is the commitment by the airlines to balance the excessive consumption produced by doing green actions such as, for example, large-scale reforestation.

A zero-emissions fair

From Sept. 5 to 8, Gastech 2022 was held at the Fiera Milano pavilions: an exhibition event attended by 72 countries from around the world of industry leaders in natural gas and clean energy and hydrogen utilization. According to several studies, green hydrogen will be crucial in the fight to decarbonize the most harmful sectors such as aviation, going on to reduce the emission of 560 million tons of CO². Believing in this project and being active in the field of sustainability, the Promoest hostess business unit took part in this important initiative with 15 resources requested directly from our online portal.


Tips for sustainable logistics in events

Promoest, as a company that has been in the event business for over 30 years, takes care of logistics and transportation planning as well as accessibility to tourist destinations nationwide for every event and conference. Central to this is the desire to comply with the theme of reducing pollution from transportation: for this reason, every organized congress is a spokesperson for green excursions that promote sustainable tourism such as-for example-social bike rides and treks both in the city and in nature. Underlying this is a desire to develop interactions with the local community, its accommodation and dining facilities.