Sustainability falls within FFT’s federal strategy. In 2014, Roland-Garros has become the first international French sporting event to be certified ISO 20121 (standard designed to help organizations in the events industry improve the sustainability of their event related activities, products and services). Major topics such as transportation, use of renewable energy, sustainable food, waste management, charity programs are covered during each tournament edition. Thanks to its collective work including partners, institutions, NGOs, the French Grand Slam aims to build, every year, a stronger sustainable culture.
- ©Corinne Dubreuil / FFTSustainable Development Day: Roland-Garros steps up to the mark
A day at Roland-Garros dedicated to raising awareness among spectators, in the grounds…or further afield.
- Roland-Garros 2020: Sports for Climate Action
Sports for Climate Action: let's win the race against climate change!
- Quiz: Test your sustainability knowledge
From September 21st to Octobre 11th, test your sustainability knowledge at Roland-Garros by taking the quiz!
- ©Pauline Ballet / FFTEngagement Days: Roland-Garros’ CSR initiatives
We take a look at the corporate social responsibility initiatives and actions that Roland-Garros is undertaking
- © Cedric Lecocq / FFTSustainable development day at RG
Wednesday is Sustainable Development Day at Roland-Garros, coinciding with World Environment Day.
- ©Eric Della Torre/FFTRoland Garros goes green!
The underlying theme of this year’s Roland Garros is plants. Here’s why.