by Andrea Simonca & Sakshi Pitale
Information Security Conferences around the world are important occasions for the networking and knowledge-sharing of thousands of security researchers and practitioners. As we are becoming familiar with a new way of life due to the pandemic, it's time to make conscious decisions with Nullcon Berlin 2022 when it comes to our environment being affected.
Alongside the opening of physical infosec conferences following proper COVID protocols — Nullcon Berlin encourages its attendees to contribute towards the sustainability of its event. When it comes to public transport it is always less taxing on the environment as compared to private vehicles. Carbon emissions per head are largely reduced since a lot of people can ride the same vehicle.
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Another way of contributing to the sustainability of Nullcon Berlin 2022 is ensuring proper segregation of waste. One thing that some might overlook is the amount of waste that can be generated in the days prior, during, and after the event. We believe that recycling is possible wherever you are.
As such, our team pledges to work towards a more sustainable and green Nullcon Berlin event this April. Fortunately, today we have many ways in which we can dramatically reduce the amount of waste that ends up being thrown away.
By taking the right precautions and measures, a smaller contribution by each and every participant can make a huge difference in the environment during the Nullcon Berlin 5-day event. The key is to start being mindful of our consumption habits and knowing how actions are affecting our ecosystem. To acknowledge and appreciate our participants contributing towards making Nullcon Berlin a Green Conference, we will be Giving Away Exclusive Nullcon 2022 Green Hacker T-shirts for those displaying their contribution towards sustainability of the event by tagging us on social media.
Andrea is cheerful, sociable, energetic, and simply loves bringing people together. She believes in the power of strong communities.
Sakshi is an InfoSec Community Building and Engaging Professional. She heads effective communication that leads to building strong relationships with people and opening opportunities for them.