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A carbon audit of the event will be carried out this year. This will quantify the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions linked to the organisation and staging of the Strasbourg Christmas Capital event, both direct and indirect.

This detailed analysis will make it possible to identify the levers to be used and, in the end, to propose a short- and medium-term action plan to reduce these emissions.


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Deployed throughout the city since 2010, the Lighting Plan has enabled us to replace the old bulbs with LED systems, which are more adjustable, more resistant and, above all, consume much less energy. Energy consumption for public lighting has fallen by almost 25%, and electricity consumption for Christmas lights has been cut by 10.

This more sober resolutely ecological system is in line with the charter of the Association pour la protection du ciel et de l'environnement nocturnes (Association for the protection of the night sky and environment) and the LUCI (Lighting Urban Community International) network.