At Coda, sustainability and the environmental impact of everything we do, is front of mind.


We acknowledge that hosting in-person events generates carbon emissions, so we are proud to work with KPMG to help make #Coda22 certified Carbon Neutral through Climate Active.


Becoming certified as carbon neutral is a detailed process which involves measuring our emissions from electricity, to food and beverage, waste, travel and water usage.


Where possible, we have made conscious decisions to reduce emissions at every turn in the planning process. However, for the emissions that are unavoidable, we have offset these pre-event.


We are grateful for KPMG’s support in helping us make this happen.


Melbourne is committed to becoming one of the world’s most sustainable cities for business events. The city is a member of the Global Destination Sustainability Index – an initiative driving sustainable practices in events.

There are many innovative programs underway, focusing on improving the sustainability of the city and enhancing the delegate experience. The city’s sustainable practices include: transport services, infrastructure, green-city programs and environmental initiatives.

To view Melbourne Convention Bureau’s Sustainability Policy click here.


The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is the first convention centre in the world to be awarded the 6-Star Green Star environmental rating by the Green Building Council of Australia. They strive to be leaders in sustainable business practice.

For more information on MCEC’s commitment to sustainability, click here.