At Vexhibitions we take our commitment to sustainability very seriously and encourage others to do so too.

Traditional events can generate on average a whopping 247kg of carbon emissions per person/day, depending on flights, local transport, utilities, accommodation, and catering.

In comparison joining a virtual event has a significantly less carbon footprint, and can save up-to 99% in reductions.

Therefore the benefits of attending a virtual event to reduce carbon emission is significant.

In our bid for our events to be carbon nutral, we have teamed up with TreeNation to ensure we have as little impact on the environment as possible.

For each attendee visiting one of our events, we will offset their carbon footprint by compensating for the co2 emissions generated by planting trees. This has been recognized by the scientific community as a vital pillar to tackle climate change..

In addition to the exhibitions, we have also ensured our website is net zero along with all of our team, making sure we are doing our bit to fight climate change.
By doing this we ensure our exhibitions don’t cost the 🌎

Recycling one ton of paper saves 17 trees.

Plastic bags and Styrofoam containers can take up to thousands of years to decompose leading to marine animal death and the contamination of soil and water.

A hot water faucet that leaks one drop per second can add up to 165 gallons a month


Human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide need to fall 45% from 2010 levels by 2030 and reach net-zero around 2050 to limit climate change catastrophe.



Two million tones of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) items are discarded every year.

Transporting goods by a rigid road truck is over 70 times more carbon intensive than bulk shipping


Emission per head generated by average conference/kg of CO2

Source: National Center for Emissions Management in Poland

Vexhibitions are proud to support Tree Nation and to champion sustainability in all that we do. We use our events to aid reforestation projects worldwide

Stop deforestation

Each of our events fights back against the alarming rates of global deforestation.

Fight climate change

Planting trees has been recognized by the scientific community as a vital pillar to tackle climate change.

Support local communities

Our projects also generate a positive economic impact on local populations.