TARGETING ZERO WASTE
1- We limit all sources of waste during the event
No plastic badges
Although you may need to hold your badge during the summit, we committed to finding alternatives to plastic badges
- Our 2-day passes are REVOLUTIONARY badges: No plastic holders, and printed on...stone paper! No wood, no water, no toxins. Just stones.
- Be identified with a nice & eco-friendly bracelet on Saturday
No plastic bottle
Have a drink at our trendy "Water Bar", and get fresh, local and plastic-free water & lemonade.
Limited printed signage
Printed signage is fully part of your experience at the summit... but as it usually turns into waste after events, we decided to limit its usage as much as we could.
No wasted water
Coming from Brazil, Piipee will help you discover alternatives to flush, and how to save tons of water!
2- We sort and recycle remaining waste
Recyclable glasses and cutlery
In partnership with Plastic-Free, the 6,000 glasses and 1,000 units of cutlery used during the summit are 100% recyclable (always put comas in thousand figures)
We sort and recycle cigarette butts
In partnership with Greenminded, get a funny way to sort your butts and leave no trace behind you
We sort organic waste
Organic waste is precious. Help us sort it. Our partner Love Your Waste will collect it and turn it into energy and compost.
We upcycle other waste
From upcycling decorations into bags, to providing raw materials to artists, we make sure unavoidable waste is not wasted!
We raise awareness among the participants
In partnership with GameChangers and Yoyo, participants will have the opportunity to test and improve their waste management
ACTING FOR INCLUSION
1- Our food is made by migrants or refugees
5 countries represented
In partnership with Meet My Mamma, 5 groups of "mammas" emigrated from 5 different countries will provide food to 1,000 participants every day.
2- We make the event accessible to all
200 passes offered to students and underpriviledged
In partnership with various associations, we favor access to the event to students and underpriviledges