ince its inception, the FIFES organizing team has been committed to more ecological and socially just event practices that fit into the safe and humanity-just space of the doughnut theorized by Kate Raworth. Located between the social floor and the environmental ceiling, this space ensures human rights and the essential needs of humanity while preserving the major planetary balances.
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For the third edition of the festival, and in order to be part of the inclusive and sustainable economy advocated by the doughnut, we have based ourselves on the Reeve’s eco-committed event guidelines, which are based on seven main pillars:
- Respect for the host site
- Sobriety in the use of resources
- Sustainable travel
- Committed restoration
- Towards zero waste
- Accessibility for all
- Committed organization
On each of these pillars, we are committed to taking concrete and effective measures, within our human, material and financial means.