Entertainment Wolfsburg combines merchandising and ticket sales with CO2 information
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The VFL Wolfsburg relies on more transparency on the topic of environmental protection.
The VfL Wolfsburg relies on greater transparency on the topic of environmental protection. In the future, the Football Bundesligist wants to publish detailed information about CO2 consumption in its merchandising and ticket sales. The involvement of this information in cooperation with the startup Yook is intended to enable more sustainable consumption.
The customer now experiences directly when purchasing how much CO2, for example, the production and sending of a fan scarves (2.5 kg) or home game arrival by car (average 9 kg) cause.
"What you do not know can not change. Therefore, we can create CO2 transparency and can take so targeted climate protection measures and allow our fans to join in one click," said Nico Briskorn, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at the VfL.
During the ordering process, the fans can compensate for emissions of their purchases. The club relies on a combination of international forest protection and regional reforestation.
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