When Vermont-based Brighter Planet released its May 2012 report on hotels’ energy and carbon efficiency, it looked like meeting planners might be able to reduce their meetings’ environmental impact without cutting travel, just by making smart hotel choices. Like most things that sound too good to be true, that conclusion is probably overblown. Nevertheless, the report points to some important opportunities for more eco-efficient facility operations that planners need to consider. As I ...

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