Known as one of the most popular Chef’s in the United States, Kerry Simon came to Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort last week to give a taste of why Rolling Stone Magazine dubbed him “The Rock-and-roll Chef”.
With restaurants located in some of the most popular resorts in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, in addition to outlets in Los Angeles, New York and now in the Dominican Republic.
Get an inside peek at what Chef Simon will offer at his soon-to-open restaurant at the New Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana. Check the video Kerry Simon \”The Rock & Roll Chef\”
Doing your meetings “Green” is easier than you think. You can start by incorporating one element, measure it and the outcome will naturally make you go forward to the next element
Start by eliminating all the bottles on water- at the coffee breaks, meetings and meal functions; replace them with pitchers of water or water bubblers. Have glasses available or better yet, use a recycled aluminum bottle with your logo that they will use throughout the event and take home
At the end of the program your Palace Resort All Inclusive- All yours Property will be able to tell you how many bottles of water your participants saved, by doing this simple initiative. The contribution to the environment will definitely put a smile on your face
So next time you move forward to eliminate the note pads and pens, paper napkins, use only environmentally friendly center pieces, use trash recycling bins, participate on the water saving program (towels and linens) …… soon you will be a gse (green sustainable events) expert!
The United Nations Climate Change Conference (cop16) is held at Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort since November 29 to december 10, 2010. This International event Meets Ministers & Presidents from diferent countries that proposed various measures to reduce the emission of gases and reduce the global impact of climate change in the world. Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, President of México inaugurated this conference companied by Simona Gómez López, Representative of Indigenous Mexican People and Patricia Espinosa, Secretary of Foreign affairs of México and José Mario Molina, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1995.
President Calderon said that humanity has made mistakes not taking care of the planet, and that it is humanity who must solve the problem so that the next generations do not suffer the consequences of the changes that the world is suffering. Felipe Calderon added that the humanity has felt the results of climate change such as hurricanes; floods and drought during the last years and the less fortunate have been the most affected. About this, he said, “the breach between climate change and poverty can be closed with sustainable development”.