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Lo Sci per le persone e il pianeta. Scuola Nazionale di Sci Bormio verso la Carbon Neutral

Ski with Responsibility: Combine Fun and Sustainability!

Welcome to the sustainable adventure offered by our ski school! We are excited to present a unique initiative that combines a passion for skiing with a commitment to the environment: our zero-emissions skiing program through reforestation.


A Green Step on the Slopes:

For every skier who participates, we offer the opportunity to actively contribute to a reforestation project. Half the cost of this "green credit" is borne by the school, demonstrating our concrete commitment to sustainability.


Your Tree, Your Story:

Upon joining, you will be given a personalized card with a unique code that identifies the tree you have helped to plant. Not only will you be helping the environment, but you can also follow the growth of your tree, bringing a piece of nature into your home.


Transparency and Quality:

Our green credits are ISO certified, ensuring safety in your purchase and total transparency in the project. We are proud to offer an ecological option you can trust.

Your Visible Impact:

On our website, you will find an updated counter showing the amount of CO2 we have helped to reabsorb together. This is our collective victory in the fight against climate change.

Sustainability Guide on the Slopes:

We have created a simple guide to help you ski sustainably. By following these simple rules, you can continue to enjoy the slopes, knowing that you are doing your part for the environment.

The Mountains Belong to Everyone:

Remember, the mountains belong to all of us, and it is up to us to preserve them for future generations. Join us in this ecological initiative and turn your passion for skiing into a gesture of love for our planet.

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1. Carry a water bottle 

During days spent on the ski slopes, use a water bottle instead of a plastic bottle: plastic pollutes a lot and is not good for the environment.

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2. Throw waste in the bins
When you finish having a snack, between skiing and another, remember to throw the waste in the bin or save it and throw it at home: throwing tissues, paper or anything else on the ground is not at all good for nature.

3. Move in company

To reach the facility and go to ski lessons, ask your parents to share the journey with your classmates or take the shuttle: fewer cars on the road means a happier planet.

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4. Prepare a packed lunch that respects Nature 

When preparing a packed lunch, remember to use paper containers, cutlery and napkins instead of plastic ones. And don't forget the water bottle too!

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5. Save water

When you go to the bathroom, between skiing and a snowball fight, use as little water as possible: when washing your hands, for example, remember to turn off the tap if you don't need the water.

6. Keep the slopes clean

 If you find any waste in the snow while skiing, collect it and recycle it in the appropriate bin: you will help keep the slopes and the mountain clean. And nature will thank you!

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