Canada Media Marketplace is committed to delivering a green event and engages with partners who share our commitment to sustainability.
CMM Project Office:
MCI Group drives dialogue and brings specialised knowledge, best practices and unique insights to brands, companies, governments, associations and NGO's working in various industries. MCI's unique expertise and experience has helped clients:
Define and activate long-term sustainability commitments
Turn sustainability into a competitive advantage and economic opportunity
Help organizations define their brands vision, strategy and performance
With over 505 high profile environmental, social and governance events managed to date, ISO certification and sustainability reporting, MCI is the world's leading organiser of sustainable events and events about sustainability.
CMM Host Hotel:
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is committed to environmental protection and sustainability guided by their pioneering Green Partnership Program. You will witness many of the initiatives throughout your stay:
All of the San Francisco Farimont's 592 guestrooms contain low-flow shower heads and low-flush toilets to help conserve water.
Occupancy sensors, compact fluorescent lights, and LEDs are installed in all guest rooms and many public spaces to control lighting.
Upgraded air-cooled ice machines resulting in 8 million gallons of water saved each year
All leftover guestroom amenities and paper products are donated to local charities
Partnership with local farmers to offer guests the Bay Area’s freshest produce available
Home to 80,000 honey bees in a 1000 square foot herb garden which grows rosemary, thyme, oregano, basil, chives and cilantro along with lavender.
Partnership with a local recycling consultant who assists to effectively manage waste streams, resulting in over 80% diversion.
Major upgrades to HVAC systems, including the installation of speed-control devices for fans and a computerized building control system for programmed and automatic operations
Leftover, non-perishable food items are donated five times a week to non-profit Food Runners