Your Green Contribution

Join our commitment

Enhance your Congress experience by taking a sustainable step towards reducing your carbon footprint and contribute to the Providing Safe Water Project during your registration. By participating, you are not only enhancing your own congress journey but also becoming a catalyst for positive change, directly impacting lives while embracing eco-friendly practices.

How can you contribute?

During your registration process, you will have the opportunity to choose your contribution amount towards this initiative. This will be based on factors such as your mode of transportation and the average suggested by greentripper calculator.

Once you have made your selection from a range of options, your chosen amount will be added to your registration and processed via your selected payment method. After the ITS World Congress, the organisers will transfer all received funds directly to the project.

Your Green Contribution

Join our commitment

Enhance your Congress experience by taking a sustainable step towards reducing your carbon footprint and contribute to the Providing Safe Water Project during your registration. By participating, you are not only enhancing your own congress journey but also becoming a catalyst for positive change, directly impacting lives while embracing eco-friendly practices. 

How can you contribute?

During your registration process, you will have the opportunity to choose your contribution amount towards this initiative. This will be based on factors such as your mode of transportation and the average suggested by greentripper calculator.

Once you have made your selection from a range of options, your chosen amount will be added to your registration and processed via your selected payment method. After the ITS World Congress, the organisers will transfer all received funds directly to the project.

Providing Safe Water

The Water Projects give households access to clean water, protecting forests, improving health conditions and saving time and money. 

In many developing countries we still have to collect water from polluted sources. In order to make it safe for consumption, it has to be boiled first. This process leads to deforestation as wood is the main fuel source in these countries. Furthermore, the process of burning wood is bad for the (indoor) air quality leading to many respiratory issues.  

The projects and its CO2 reductions are registered and independently verified under the internationally recognised Gold Standard label.

Our sustainable event practices

ITSWC Dubai Webinar 1:
Decarbonising Urban Mobility

Join us for our webinar on Decarbonising Urban Mobility on Wednesday 27 March, 14:00-15:00 CET, bringing together industry representatives, policymakers and public authorities driving implementation.