Since 2012, Décastar has been committed to a strong eco-responsible approach with the Comité National Olympique et Sportif Français, regularly obtaining the label “Développement Durable, le sport s’engage”.
For 2023, we have been awarded the “silver” label, after the “bronze” label last year.
During our meeting on September 23 and 24, 2023, which we want to be as eco-responsible as possible, numerous actions based on the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals and implemented last year will again be carried out in the fields of food, sustainable mobility, waste reduction and management, preservation of natural space and energy, accessibility, solidarity and education for sustainable development.
The jury paid particular attention to a number of initiatives, including
The Décastar Green Team will be on hand throughout the weekend to collect the data needed to draw up a carbon footprint of the event. You will also be able to tell them what you think of our actions and what we could do better.
A stand will be set up in the partners and entertainment area, where you can meet us and find out more about our commitments.
You may not see them all, but there are some 300 volunteers with us over the 2 days. Without them, Décastar couldn’t take place. They work for you and for us too, so don’t hesitate to thank them.
Numerous actions in favor of sustainable mobility will be put in place, with a traffic plan drawn up in partnership with Bordeaux-Métropole and available for consultation on our website, three bicycle parking areas including one for volunteers, bicycle signposting and the opening of a platform dedicated to carpooling.
We are organizing a collection of small sports equipment and sports clothing (excluding shoes) for the Secours Populaire de Talence. You can drop off your donations at the DD stand at the stadium entrance.
We can’t make this commitment alone, so we’re asking all of you – partners, athletes, spectators and volunteers – to join us so that together we can meet these commitments, which will help accelerate the sports movement’s ecological transition and help us achieve the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals.