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Sustainability Unique Profile 

Montreux Jazz Festival

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234,300 kg CO2 



Cradle to Customer

All facilities at ownership 

2030 Target Reduction 


234,300 kg CO2 



Scope 1&2 

Scope 3 Upstream 

Net zero Target




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System Boundaries

Cradle-to-Customer plus End-of-Life 

It outlines the product lifecycle stages considered for achieving carbon neutrality. It encompasses material sourcing and preprocessing, manufacturing, distribution to the first customer, and the product's end-of-life phase. This comprehensive boundary setting ensures a full assessment of the product's carbon impact from its beginning to disposal or recycling, promoting a thorough understanding and management of its environmental footprint. 

Organizational Boundaries

All Facilities at operational control included 

Operational Boundaries & Emissions

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Scope 1

Direct Emissions

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Scope 3 Upstream

Upstream Value Chain Emissions

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Scope 2

Electricity Purchased 

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Scope 3 Downstream

Downstream Value Chain Emissions

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Carbon Reporting Aligned with Key Sustainability Standards & Frameworks



Making a financial climate contribution implies that a thorough assessment of the carbon footprint for a company, product, service, or event has been conducted, and, based on this evaluation, support has been provided to a certified climate project to offset the calculated emissions. This financial support directly contributes to sustainability efforts by balancing out the environmental impact through targeted climate action initiatives. The offset contributions amount by the company is: 

234,300 kg CO2 

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Carbon Zero 

Achieving carbon neutrality, or carbon zero means a company, product, service, or event has had its carbon footprint thoroughly assessed under the guidelines of the Carbonze Protocol. Based on this evaluation, financial support is directed to a recognized climate initiative, effectively balancing out the calculated carbon emissions through impactful environmental projects. This process ensures a commitment to sustainability by neutralizing the carbon impact associated with various activities or offerings. 

Carbon Neutral 

Carbon zero or net-zero typically encompasses a company's direct emissions (like heating, vehicles, and leaks), emissions from purchased energy (e.g., electricity), and indirect emissions from activities such as business travel and employee commuting. However, it usually excludes emissions beyond the company's immediate influence, such as those related to raw material extraction, production, external logistics, product usage, and disposal, unless specified otherwise. 

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Supported Projects 

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1. Utilize solar panels for energy needs at the festival.
2. Offer digital tickets and programs to reduce paper use.
3. Implement recycling and composting stations throughout the venue.
4. Partner with local, sustainable food and beverage vendors.
5. Encourage the use of public transportation with discounted tickets.
6. Use reusable or compostable serving ware and utensils.
7. Offset carbon emissions by investing in reforestation projects.
8. Provide water refill stations to reduce plastic bottle use.
9. Organize beach or park cleanups as part of the festival activities.
10. Engage in environmental awareness campaigns leading up to the event.
11. Offer merchandise made from recycled or sustainable materials.
12. Partner with eco-friendly accommodation providers for attendees.
13. Utilize electric vehicles for festival operations and artist transportation.
14. Conduct an environmental impact assessment before and after the festival.
15. Implement a carpooling app or platform for attendees.
16. Collaborate with environmental NGOs to have educational booths at the festival.
17. Limit the use of hazardous materials in stage design and construction.
18. Create a sustainability committee to oversee and report on green initiatives.

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