The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has joined the ranks of organizations that are rethinking the impact of their meetings on the environment. Starting May 1, the government agency changed the rules under which it decides which facilities to use for meetings; now, it will include environmental achievement along with such factors as price and past performance when evaluating hotel properties. The agency has come up with a 14-point checklist for planners to use when choosing meeting ...

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