Ecological awareness must be our primary goal and adopting eco-friendly practices on a personal and professional level must become a way of life. How many people pollute the environment every day with things like sprays, transport vehicles (everyone has one), overconsumption, air conditioning and discarding chewing gum, cigarette ends, plastic glasses and wrapping everywhere? The list does not end there.

It should be clear that besides causing pollution on an individual level (everyone to their own degree), we as a culture behave recklessly. Consequently, the sub-group to which someone belongs is irrelevant. Ecological consciousness is demonstrated by the way we consume water and electricity, what kinds of garbage “leaves” our home, but also by reducing the irrational use of harmful equipment and materials.

The “Ecological Consciousness of CTC” presents a set of guidelines to the organizer of the event. Our primary goal is to educate the Organizer himself in the regulations he will have to adopt. Then, the Organizer should transfer knowledge to his audience through his actions. The categories of regulations are divided into flexible and mandatory and are as follows:

A. Mandatory application:

  • No alteration of the mountain landscape
  • Use of Non-Toxic Fluids
  • Disposable products
  • Reuse of bags and boxes
  • Saving water
  • Transferring files via cloud
  • Media Marketing instead of print advertising

B. Flexible application:

  • Waste recycling
  • Clothing recycling
  • Exchange of Cultural Items
  • Preference for local products
  • Digital ticketing and receipts