ICCA CSR POLICY
There are three key areas of relevance to ICCA’s CSR policy: the policies, activities and impact of the association itself; the scope for ICCA to influence the activities and impact of its members around the world; and advocacy and global standards issues relating to the overall impact of international meetings, which will primarily be addressed in partnership with other leading meetings industry organizations.
The starting point is to create a standard set of reporting parameters so that members and other stakeholders can understand how ICCA is progressing over time in achieving sustainability objectives and standards.
ICCA has signed up to the Global Reporting Initiative, the UN standard for sustainability reporting, and the reports are therefore structured according to GRI guidelines.
Download the ICCA CSR Report 2008
Download the ICCA CSR Report 2009
Download the ICCA CSR Report 2010
Download the ICCA CSR Report 2011
ICCA is a gold partner of the Green Meetings Industry Council (GMIC), the premier global community solely dedicated to sustainability in the meetings and events industry. GMIC is an excellent source of information on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainibility issues, and ICCA members wishing to become more expert in these areas are encouraged to use their resources.