Csmp and cop15 report webinar

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Csmp and cop15 report webinar

  1. 1. Presentation by Jonathan Cohen, Visit Denmark Guy Bigwood, MCI Group Sustainability Director Jan Christoph Napierski, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  2. 2. Objectives of webinar Share performance data, learnings and conclusions from the COP15 sustainability report Share Copenhagen Sustainable Meetings Protocol Discuss legacy of COP15 to the meetings industry Answer any questions
  3. 3. Agenda Background to CSMP project - Jonathan Cohen COP 15 Event Sustainability Report – Jan Christoph Napierski CSMP - Guy Bigwood COP15 and its legacy – Jonathan Cohen
  4. 4. Lotte Heather Steen Whose speaking? Wagner Palen Jakobsen Anders Emborg Signe Gaarde Jonathan Jan Christoph Cohen Guy Bigwood Napierski
  5. 5. OVERVIEW TO THE CSMP PROJECT
  6. 6. Copenhagen Sustainable Meetings Protocol Brought to you by Unique and innovative private-public partnership
  7. 7. Mission SHARE KNOWLEDGE AND LEARNING from the organisation of COP15
  8. 8. Project Vision ACCELERATE THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE MEETINGS INDUSTRY TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY
  9. 9. COP15 SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
  10. 10. What was COP15? Conference of the Parties Spring 2007 – Copenhagen selected as destination for COP 15 Took place 7th – 19th December 2009 Maximum expected audience – 15,000 people. Actual – 30,526 A total of 2500 meetings were held 90000 hotel room nights
  11. 11. 126 Heads of State
  12. 12. NGOs
  13. 13. 4000 Press & Media
  14. 14. COP15 EVENT SUSTAINABILITY REPORT Sustainability Approach Sustainability Actions and Innovations Sustainability Performance - Economic, social, environmental impacts - Carbon footprint - Performance against objectives - Carbon neutrality Report follows GRI G3 guidelines Key Challenges and Insights 14
  15. 15. Leadership COP15 was not the greenest conference ever – it was created to be as sustainable as possible under the given conditions of a large international political summit.’ Jan Christoph Napierski, Head of Section, COP15, Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  16. 16. Sustainability Highlights Category Indicator Value ECONOMIC Direct Investment for logistics €58 million Savings through sustainability €562,000 Sponsorship in-kind €15 million SOCIAL Suppliers signing human & 100% labour rights clauses Direct jobs created for event 8000 Health 99% smoke free ENVIRONMENTAL Waste 103,720 tons 3tons/participant Water 3million litres 92litres/participant
  17. 17. Event Carbon Footprint 2.16 tons Co2e per participant 22% reduction in local emissions compared to normal conference in 2007
  18. 18. Benchmarking Performance
  19. 19. Sustainability Performance – key accomplishments Climate Neutrality - 100% of carbon emissions were offset 1st United Nations event to achieve BS8901 certification of its management system Supplier Eco-Certification - 75% of the food and beverage was certified organic: over 200000 meals - 53% of hotels in the greater Copenhagen Area and the venue were eco-certified
  20. 20. Sustainability Performance – key accomplishments Value Chain Management - 20% reduction in CO2 emissions at the Bella Center - 22% reduction in local emissions Local transportation - 93% of the 33536 participants used public transport
  21. 21. Performance against objectives 35 objectives 15 exceeded expectations 17 satisfied expectations 3 did not match expectations - Venue waste management effectiveness - Photocoping machines and recycled paper - No reduction in infrastructure water usage
  22. 22. Insights Power of collaboration Integrate sustainability into contracting Communication: Share sticky stories - 537.000€ saved by not giving gifts - 11 sponsored students External Certification increases performance
  23. 23. Copenhagen Sustainable Meetings Protocol
  24. 24. What is the Protocol? A flexible umbrella framework that can be used to organise large complex meetings in a sustainable way. It integrates local and international sustainability initiatives, standards, systems and certifications programs
  25. 25. How is the protocol to be used? The protocol is a guide for good leadership and active engagement of key stakeholders.
  26. 26. Simplifing the integration of standards
  27. 27. CSMP FRAMEWORK GRI APEX
  28. 28. Strategic Approach
  29. 29. Stakeholder Engagement
  30. 30. Operational Integration
  31. 31. Governance
  32. 32. CSMP FRAMEWORK GRI APEX
  33. 33. COP15 Legacy Result from engaging the meetings industry, authorities, businesses, universities, citizens etc.
  34. 34. Was it important and successful? Source: Survey by Deloitte among 411 COP15 delegates
  35. 35. Copenhagen City leadership Green Infrastructure Green Business Green Transport Green Food Green Citizens Green Meetings
  36. 36. Green Infrastructure • 96% of Copenhagen residents are connected to district heating • 22% of energy is from wind & biogas • 56% Recycling, 39% waste to energy, 5% landfill
  37. 37. Green Business CVB / NTO Leadership Policy – Certification Education Business Development PR and Communication Outreach
  38. 38. Green Transport 40% go to work on bike 93% used metro to go to cop15
  39. 39. Green Food Climate+: Municipality implemented initiative with over 100 restaurants serving Climate Menu Large scale organic food capacity – parity pricing (75% F&B organic at cop15)
  40. 40. Green Citizens Climate initiatives, e.g. Climate+ Frontrunner, Climate Street, Climate Caravan, Copenhagen Climate Council and the Climate Consortium Related meetings, e.g. Scientific Congress, Mayors Summit, World Business Summit on Climate Change and People Climate Summit Outreach programs, e.g. HOPENHAGEN LIVE, Greatest Debate on Earth and the Bright Green Exhibition
  41. 41. The meetings industry legacy for COP15 Engagement from tourism and meetings industry A more sustainable meetings product Knowledge of hosting sustainable meetings PR and branding benefits Copenhagen - Capital of Sustainable Meetings
  42. 42. CONCLUSIONS
  43. 43. For more information www.csmp.dk
  44. 44. Presented Guy Bigwood, MCI Group Sustainability Director

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