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Our magazine Sustainability

Plastic pollution in the oceans, wood manufacturing, the notion of sustainability... Sustainable development is indeed the business of many subjects!

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The concept of repairability

The fate of our consumer goods is an integral part of the difficult equation facing most businesses. It's high time we all relearned a noble and useful practice that we'd all forgotten: the art of repairing our friends' objects.

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What is the connection between the climate and biodiversity?

Climate change is disrupting life on earth. The climate and biodiversity are very closely connected to each other. 

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What are "planetary limits"?

The concept of planetary limits first appeared in 2009 in an article in the renowned scientific journal Nature. The authors were a team of 26 researchers, including leading contemporary climatologists, led by Swedish specialist Johan Rockström, then Director of the Stockholm Resilience Center.

Their work is based on a systemic analysis of our planet and its dynamics. In concrete terms, they study the interactions between the different systems that drive the Earth: the atmosphere (i.e. the air), the hydrosphere (water), the biosphere (the different forms of life), the lithosphere (the soil) and so on.

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Will sustainability make way for the regenerative economy?

Sustainable development, strong sustainability, regeneration… Issues that continue to grow in importance. And over the years, concepts evolve.

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When DATA is at the service of sustainable development

When we mention DATA, we quickly think of either rooms full of servers, a slightly (too) airy-fairy vision of the cloud, or what's left on our mobile phone monthly bundle. But you will have guessed the concept of data is much broader than that, and it can even be helpful for working on your environmental impact …

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Is it possible to produce on a large scale while being "green"?

Like the rest of the economy, the textile sector must accelerate its ecological transition. But is this compatible with mass production?

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Why does it take so much water to make a cloth?

The production of a single T-shirt requires 2,700 litres of water, the equivalent of 70 showers. How do we actually achieve such volumes?

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Picking up litter when out running… is it even worth doing?#plogging

World Clean Up Day is in full swing in mid-September. An army of volunteers will be busy picking up litter. But what is the point of it?

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NFTs: what is there environmental impact?

You may have already noticed: big brands are already bringing out their first NFTs. What are we referring to? What's that got to do with the environment?

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Organic cotton, recycled cotton, conventional cotton or ordinary cotton?

Where does cotton come from? What are the disadvantages of cotton? Organic cotton or Oeko-Tex? We give you the facts, straight.

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Using wood in product design

Wood is a natural material sought after for its qualities, which today is also recognised for the whole sustainable side that goes with it. With the arrival of DOMYOS' WOODBIKE, we propose taking a look in this article at the issues linked to this material.

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What impact does the carbon footprint have on us and our environment?

What is a carbon footprint? What impact do we have on it? And it on us? We will focus on its link with greenhouse gases, the climate and how we calculate it.

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Transition Plan 2020-2026

Our stakes and commitments for a more sustainable DECATHLON.

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Our commitments to meet the challenge of climate change

We are taking into account the reality of climate change. We work every day at reducing our impact on the environment in all our companies activities. We invite you, on this page, to understand the challenge that climate change represents, and why we are taking action to limit it.

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Biodiversity and DECATHLON

What is the link between our company and biodiversity? A lot more than you would imagine at first sight! We explain in full transparency.