Welcome to SEC Net Zero 2030
The sustainability of events is more important than ever and we have a responsibility to reduce our carbon footprint. As a world-class venue we are prioritising better outcomes for our clients, our community, and our environment through our sustainability strategy and our SEC Net Zero 2030 ambition.
Our strategy to reach net zero centres around five key goals: climate, governance, partnership, people and resource, each providing the focus for the work that lies ahead. Central to achieving the goal is the development of an ambitious energy strategy which will transition the venue to net zero. Actions around water efficiency, green travel, supply chain engagement and waste management are also being implemented.
Working with staff, organisers, partners and visitors forms part of the overall engagement plan to support the net zero journey. The team is already working closely with Glasgow City Council, and a number of consultants and organisations to deliver on the ambition.
Net Zero 2030 News
OVO Hydro Launches SEC Campus-wide Elimination of Single Use Plastic Cups at Live Events by Introducing ‘Stack Cups’
The Scottish Event Campus (SEC), has today announced that it will eliminate single use plastic cups at live events by introducing reusable ‘Stack Cups’. The move will save the campus 2m cups per year and reduce its carbon footprint by 1,500 tonnes in the next 10 years.More Info
The Scottish Event Campus has joined the global events industry at COP26 in Glasgow in committing to a united pledge to a net zero carbon future for events.More Info
The host of COP26 the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow has announced its new food strategy which will ensure that sustainable, responsible, and healthier choices sit at the heart of the venue’s events, further underlining The SEC’s reputation as a world class venue.More Info
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