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The FAIR PLAY FOR PLANET label aims to recognize clubs and sporting events with a real commitment to the environment.
The sports sector, and especially professional and amateur clubs, need technical support and advice to reduce their environmental impact.
Following the audit that we will carry out of your club in application of the reference system that we have developed for you and the audit of your structure, we will be able to carry out a complete assessment of your eco-responsible actions and present you with areas for improvement as part of a process of progress while assessing the environmental and economic impacts.
Finally, you will receive a rating that will enable you to achieve a level of recognition as FPFP* Certifié Player, FPFP** Certifié Engaged or FPFP** Certifié Confirmed, for sports clubs and targets for reaching the next level, or FPFP Event for sports events.
The identification of the environmental characteristics of this standard was carried out in cooperation with ADEME, the French Agency for Ecological Transition. (below)
The FAIR PLAY FOR PLANET label is valid for two years from the date of obtaining the label.
The club or sporting event undertakes to carry out a progress audit every two years in order to continue to communicate and use the graphic charter of our label, while at the same time having a constant approach to progress in the implementation of concrete actions to reduce its impact on the environment.
Any use of the FAIR PLAY FOR PLANET logo requires prior acceptance and signature of the usage agreement.
The characteristics of this Fair Play For Planet standard are defined as follows :
- Environment / Preserve
- Respect of the environment
- Soil management
- Maintenance product
- Life at stadium
- Energy management
- Waste management
- Architectural and building management
- Digital management
- Carbon footprint
- Consume / Heritage
- Procurement management
- Responsible management
- Territorial impact