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Commitment

Our

EVERY DECISION WE MAKE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

- AND EVENTS ARE NO EXCEPTION!

 Just as there is a shift toward more eco-friendly habits in our everyday lifestyles, the same is happening in the event industry.

Concerts, festivals, and even the Super Bowl have taken steps to have less of a negative impact.

Lavish weddings, while beautiful, tend to have a large carbon footprint - but they don't have to!  

4 lbs

Is the average amount of trash the a person creates

per day.

400 lbs

Is the average amount of trash generated from a typical wedding. 

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SUSTAINABILITY ISN'T

ALL-OR-NOTHING

Throwing a sustainable event does not require sacrificing your vision or favorite elements - there are many ways to make a difference, both big and small, and KaraMia Events is here to help!

ECO-PARTNERS

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ONE TREE PLANTED

For every client that books with KaraMia Events, a tree will be planted through One Tree Planted's reforestation project!

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GATHER GREEN

We work with Gather Green to divert event waste from landfills!

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UCAPTURE

Ucapture is a green-tech platform that combats climate change (for free!) when you and your guests shop online! 

Ask  us how you can use UCapture to lower the carbon footprint of your event!

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THE GREEN WEDDING GUILD

I co-founded the Green Wedding Guild, an organization that aims to educate wedding professionals & couples about sustainable practices, encourage sustainability goals, & connect couples to vendors that can help them reach these goals.

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THE GOOD GREEN

KaraMia Events is a certified eco-ethical vendor with

The Good Green.

HELPFUL TERMS

  • Eco-Ethical

    (adj)

    While there is no direct definition of the term 'eco-ethical', it essentially means aligning with the environment, as well as other ethical values, such as human rights and animal rights. Many environmental and social issues tend to overlap with one another. As an example, many efforts that benefit the environment are also beneficial to animals, human health, and other social issues.

  • Sustainable

    (adj.)

    Causing little or no damage to the environment and therefore able to continue for a long time

  • Zero-Waste

    (adj.)

    The conservation of all resources by means of responsible production, consumption, reuse, and recovery of products, packaging, and materials without burning and with no discharges to land, water, or air that threaten the environment or human health

  • Climate Justice

    (n.)

    Relating the effects of climate change to concepts of justice, particularly environmental justice and social justice and by examining issues such as equalityhuman rightscollective rights, and the historical responsibilities for climate change. An important concern related to climate justice is that those who are least responsible for climate change suffer its gravest consequences

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