Party at the Pier is a small, family-oriented weekend event that celebrates the maritime history of my neighbourhood in North Vancouver. Taking a stroll trough the site today I stumbled upon some cool examples of event planners using their powers for good: providing opportunities for attendees to learn about and engage in sustainability. How?
Events as EDUCATION about sustainability:
|Port Metro Vancouver shares some of their sustainability initiatives through interpretive signage.|
Events as CONVERSATION about sustainability:
|BC Hydro's interactive games and displays encourage discussion about how families can be Power Smart.|
Events as PLEDGE about sustainability:
|Burrard Inlet's Environmental Action Program's Ambassador's Pledge to help improve city water quality.|
Events as ACTION about sustainability:
|Metro Vancouver's water refill stations help to reduce use of individual bottled water at events.|
Nice work! How are you using your influential powers for good at your events?