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BMA House offers event carbon tracking tool

BMA House in collaboration with Planet Mark is now offering a complimentary carbon calculator designed to estimate the emissions associated with holding events at the venue.

The Planet Mark carbon calculator is an innovative estimation tool that helps predict the average carbon emissions for events. This service is part of BMA House’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and its mission to foster environmentally responsible event planning.

Following an event at BMA House, the team will:

  • Input data from the event into the calculator.
  • Provide a summary of how the estimated emissions have been determined.
  • Offer suggestions on how to reduce emissions for future events.
  • Collaborate with clients in the planning stages of their next event.
  • Save organisers time by gathering and analysing this information, leaving clients with a better awareness of the emissions associated with their events for future event comparisons.

Carys Pugh, Head of Event Logistics, Civil Society Media, who recently used the service, commented: “We are really grateful to have received a report on our event’s carbon emissions from BMA House. This initiative has been incredibly useful and valuable in helping us understand and mitigate our environmental impact. BMA House is the only venue we work with that so far has provided this service, demonstrating their commitment to sustainability and supporting us in our efforts to host eco-friendly events. We look forward to continuing our partnership with BMA House and commend their leadership in promoting environmental responsibility”

Hannah Robinson, the newly appointed venue manager at BMA House, who is a passionate advocate for environmental policies, as well as a regular speaker at industry events on the topic added: “Our work with Planet Mark reflects our unwavering dedication to sustainability. This carbon calculator empowers our clients to make informed decisions about their events and take meaningful steps towards reducing their environmental impact. It was important to us that we offer this tool for free to our clients to ensure there are absolutely no additional barriers to their own sustainability journey.”


Stuart O'Brien

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