When booking your flights to Melbourne, Australia we encourage delegates to consider including carbon credits which are donated to projects around the world that are designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Each airline does have a different policy so it’s important to research this before booking.
As much as possible the Congress will reduce the amount of printing in both the lead up to and onsite. Delegates are encouraged to use electronic resources, such as downloads from the website and app, where possible.
All printing produced for the Congress will be done on FSC graded paper.
Onsite at the Congress no note pads or pens will be provided.
Delegates are encouraged to bring a water bottle onsite which can be refilled at the numerous water stations within the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Delegates are also encouraged to bring a coffee keepcup.
Lanyards, name badges and satchels will be recycled so we encourage you to return these to the Registration and Information Desk upon completion of the Congress.
The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) has been awarded a 6-star Green Rating by the Green Building Council of Australia for the venue’s innovative environmental design and operational features. Built from the ground up with the environment in mind, the MCEC was the first convention centre in the world to be awarded this and also have achieved Gold Accreditation with the world’s sustainability benchmarking organisation, EarthCheck. To find out more about the MCEC initiatives in place click here.