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The consortium strives to protect the environment. To ensure the project does not have a negative impact on people or the environment, all of the activities should follow this policy. The consortium expects that all the organizations and individuals involved in the project respect nature, local communities, participants and themselves while striving to protect the environment and supporting sustainable development.
A.1 Serve vegetarian or vegan food only.
A.2 Serve locally produced food when possible.
A.3 Serve fairly traded food when possible.
A.4 Serve tap water unless it is unfit to drink.
A.5 Reduce packaging waste and food waste as much as possible.
A.6 Promote collective and community-based enterprises.
B. Venue & Resources:
B.1 The venue should be ‘eco-friendly’ (e.g.: an eco-centre).
B.2 Energy, including electricity and water, should not be wasted.
B.3 The hosting organisation should share the values of Youth and Environment Europe.
C.1 Use products, materials, and supplies made from sustainable materials wherever possible, e.g. renewable, natural, biodegradable. This should include promotional
materials; printed materials; educational materials.
C.2 Materials should be recyclable or reusable.
D.1 Separate and recycle as much waste as possible.
D.2 Reuse materials when possible.
D.3 Search for possibilities of composting food waste or feeding it to animals.
E.1 Include a session about the environment and sustainability in the activity programme.
F. Environmental volunteering:
F.1 Include volunteering activities that help the environment.
G.1 Use sustainable means of travel