SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT APPROACH OF THE CONSORTIUM STADE DE FRANCE

In 2009, the Consortium Stade de France defined its sustainable development approach. In 2012, indicators were defined in order to measure the progress of the various actions that had been implemented. They are available in our CSR reports. The Consortium has also been an active member of the UN Global Compact since 2012: Communication on progress 2017 searchable here.

The Global Compact

Stade de France now publishes a CSR report every two years in order to report on the concrete results of its commitment to sustainable development.


Rapport RSE 2015-2016

- 2015-2016 CSR report
In 2015 and 2016, Stade de France’s sustainable development initiatives pursued and remained true to commitments we made in 2008: You will read several interviews in this report, which put a human face on our initiatives. We have highlighted three partnerships in particular: firstly with S3G, our security providers; also with the association Proxité; and finally, a more recent one with the lycée Jacques Brel in La Courneuve.



The road map in 3 main axes

1. A SUSTAINABLE AND COMPETITIVE BUSINESS Employability, equal opportunities and well being of employees; Commitment to disability (associative support, awareness of the employees); responsible purchasing Policy

2. AN ENGAGED AND ACCESSIBLE STADIUM Accessibility of the building, specified welcome for disabled people; participation in economic and social development of the Territory; Exchange and organizing events with local residents’ associations; Reducing building impact on the environment.

3. CO-LEADERS EVENTS Working with providers and clients for less impactful events; Waste management (refundable cups, sorting and recycling of waste); Measuring customer satisfaction and action plans.


TRACEABILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF THE FLORAL DECORATIONS IN BOXES AND LOUNGES

42% of the flowers come from Ile-de-France region; only 19% from outside of Europe, of which 100% have fairtrade certification (floral decorations for the VIP areas)
FAIRTRADE

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SORTING AND RECOVERY OF WASTE

  • The first stadium in France to have put in place (in 2010) the system of refundable cups: each year, this avoids between 2 and 3.5 tonnes of plastic waste
  • The first stadium in France to equip itself with sorting bins for spectators.
  • 100% of waste recovered, of which 14% was reused or recycled in 2017


CONVENTION AND SEMINAR OFFER

  • Listing of Té traiteur, a service provider committed to sustainable development. In addition to its mission of integration through the catering trades, Té traiteur guarantees organic and locally-sourced food. Its resident chef is Thierry Marx.

Le Parisien, 15 February 2016
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This year, the caterer has 86 employees of whom 43 are on an integration scheme. [...] "Since 2001, 600 people have passed through the two businesses in Saint-Denis and in Montreuil, 75% have subsequently found a temporary position and 45% a permanent position", it can be seen at Té. In fact, today, large companies and institutions such as L'Oréal, BNP Paribas services, the Medef Summer University, Paris city hall and the Paris region fight over the caterer's services. "Through our model, we are demonstrating that you can build and sustain an economic activity according to criteria of excellence, while having a strong social impact", they conclude at Té.
Té traiteur - Créateur d'instants
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  • "Parasports and business" offer: in partnership with the Premiers de Cordée Association, Stade de France offers a turnkey seminar to companies wishing to raise employee awareness of disabilities. Lasting a half or whole day, this team-building programme offers the chance to take part in disabled sports with top athletes, to go on a disability tour of the Stadium and have lunch at Le {Club}.
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