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Carbon Calculator

Your Event Carbon Calculator
Your Event Carbon Calculator

Event Carbon Calculator

This stage calculates the carbon emissions generated by typical attendee journeys.

  1. How many people (including speakers, attendees, sponsors, event suppliers, your team) do you anticipate will travel to the event by land or air?

  2. What do you estimate the percentage breakdown to be for air and land travel?

    Percentage travelling by air:
    Percentage travelling by land:
  3. For those travelling by air, please estimate the average number of miles the individual will be travelling.

    Estimated miles for air travel:
  4. For those travelling by land, please estimate the average number of miles the individual will be travelling.
    Estimated miles for land travel:

James Rees,

President, Joint Meetings Industry Council

“Events drive industries and societies. They shape conversations, foster innovation and generate business. They are key to human collaboration. This holds true for every subject – including sustainability and climate change.”

This stage calculates the emissions generated at your event itself e.g. food, event materials, event wastage, goods transportation etc.

  1. How many days will your event be?

This stage calculates the emissions generated from hotel stays e.g. laundry, goods consumed, hotel heating or AC.

  1. How many individual hotel room nights will be required for all individuals attending your event?

    Tip: If a single attendee would require 3 nights in the hotel, this is a total of 3. If you have 1000 attendees all requiring a three night hotel stay, this is 3000 hotel room nights.

Duncan Reid,

CEO & Co-Founder, Reset Connect

"More and more corporates are starting to track their emissions and as they aim to hit 2030 targets this is only going to increase further. Events are great enablers bringing together communities, thought-leaders and innovators. If the pandemic taught us anything it’s that humans need to connect and events are probably the best way of doing this. We just need to make them more sustainable so we don’t kill the planet."

To access your estimated carbon emissions from your next event, including an estimate of your carbon emissions if you were to make 25% of your attendees online attendees, please share some simple details: