Climate Cross

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 will be green just in time for the start of the FIFA Women’s World Cup climate hotels give your climate cross of the Green action goal. This is the environmental program of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011, which captures the impact of such a major event and measures designed to prevent environmental damage or to reduce. Nine modules help. The first building block is the climate fair World Cup. As much as possible environmental impacts should be avoided or else largely reduced. Also, CO2, that cannot be avoided, should be compensated in climate protection projects. As a second component, the total energy required for this major event, should be reduced. The energy demand of a stadium remains very high, therefore also renewable energies should be used.

It is the goal to still apply these different forms of energy in the stadiums after the World Cup. Another important component is the water. This is needed primarily for the irrigation of the lawn, but also the water for showers should at a World Cup not to be underestimated. The goal is to reduce all this water and avoid waste loads. The fifth module is waste, which of course is one such major event in mass.

To reduce these the organizers want on reusable systems use, reduce paper consumption and pay attention to proper waste separation. Two more modules are mobility and catering for the visitors. Also this should if possible eco-friendly designs will. The two last are to raise awareness among visitors and finding strong partners to implement this whole projects into practice. Especially the communication to the visitors is important, because only if everyone, this World Cup can be environmentally friendly. Behind the climate-hotels Germany hosts, ecologically and economically have optimized their CO2 emissions for example due to consistent energy saving, and have committed themselves to further climate protection measures.

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