The France Rugby World Cup 2023 Organising Committee exposed this Tuesday an action plan aimed at leaving a social. And the ecological legacy that will resonate beyond the tournament. At the Académie du Climat in Paris, World Cup France 2023. And World Rugby confirmed its drive to raise the existing values for international sporting events in terms. Of social accountability, inclusion, and sustainable development.

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France Rugby World Cup with a positive impact
France Rugby World Cup with a positive impact

Four key actions have been taken acting for a sustainable and circular economy; investing in education, and training. And service; reducing the impact on the environment; fostering inclusion and accessibility for all. France 2023 also presented 15 innovative projects. Some already hurled and others soon to be deployed. Which all bring palpable proof of France 2023’s positive action.

TANGIBLE AND MEANINFUL PROJECTS

France has applied a responsible procurement policy, based on a grid of environmental criteria. Also earmarking some of its public tenders to businesses from the social and solidarity economy. Including inclusive entities employing people with incapacities.

This willingness to have a long-term positive influence is also at the heart of the Campus 2023 program. Which will provide 3,000 young men and women with an education in sports. And entertaining industry through three modules (sports, tourism, security). Beyond emerging experts for the future. France Rugby World Cup 2023 wishes to foster a new cohort of citizens. Committed to acting for the greater good through involvement in food banks. And the collection of cigarette butts. Or recycling of mobile phones at resident rugby clubs.

Between Rugby WC 2023 quarter and semi-finals. France 2023 will organize the Worldwide Wheelchair Rugby Cup, in teamwork with World Wheelchair Rugby (WWF). A first for an RWC Organising Committee, the tournament is a chance to give unprecedented visibility to a spectacular. Inclusive, and mixed sport.

Amongst other initiatives, a green flexibility platform will be developed to offer RWC. Fans all eco-friendly travel answers available (carpooling, green taxis, scooters, electric bus…). And Rugby World Cup 2023’s medals will be produced from recycled electronic mechanisms.

France has applied a responsible procurement policy,
France has applied a responsible procurement policy,

THE POWER OF TOGETHER

To achieve the Rugby World Cup ambition to have an optimistic impact. It will require everyone involved to play their part, from host cities to fans. Players to competition officials, and media to commercial associates. Through its Players’ Committee chaired by John Eales. France 2023 will invite Rugby WC 2023’s 660 players to partake in creativities with a positive impact, both on and off the pitch.

Already a signatory of the French Ministry of Sports and WWF’s charter for accountability. And sustainable generous events (“15 engagements éco-responsables des événements sporty”). France 2023 has also committed to measuring. And issuing the impact of its CSR action plan through teamwork with independent experts.

World Rugby Chairman Sir Bill Beaumont said:

“When organizing one of the world’s chiefs and best-loved sports events like Rugby World Cup. It is vital to seize the incredible opportunity to harness the power of rugby to deliver a positive and expressive impact. Much more than a chance, it is also our responsibility.Together with France, we share the desire that the Rugby World Cup can be a catalyst for optimistic change. And play an important role in the progression of modern society as a whole. The ambitious CSR strategy has been custom-made to fulfill that vision, bringing tangible proof. And presenting the roadmap to organize the most maintainable and purpose-driven Rugby World Cup ever.”

CEO Claude Atcher

France Rugby World Cup: CEO Claude Atcher said

“Rugby World Cup France 2023 wants to lead an example shift in how international sporting events are considered and delivered. As an Organising Committee, we must be aware of our role in civilization, in the world of today and tomorrow. This is our accountability. Beyond our words, we will deliver on specific proof points. I am hugely proud of our CSR strategy. Which is both ambitious and pertinent, and the action we have chosen that will benefit our society and our planet.”

CEO Claude Atcher
CEO Claude Atcher

France Rugby World Cup

The France Pare-Brise becomes an official follower of Rugby World Cup France 2023

The France Pare-Brise is joining forces with the main sporting event in the world in 2023.

France Pare-Brise is joining forces with the biggest sporting occasion in the world in 2023. 

The car window repair and spare specialist has become the Official Supporter of Rugby World Cup 2023. Which will take place in France. As a partner of local rugby for many years. France Pare-Brise is reaffirming its promise by supporting the premier men’s competition in the sport. To Know more about France Vs Namibia Tickets click here.

The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup: team spirit, integrity, passion, and pleasantness. Through this agreement. The brand wants to be as close as possible to the fans before. And during the event; creating a promise to its customers. Its members, and its insurance partners with a program of dedicated doings.

Claude Atcher, France CEO said,

“We are pleased that France Pare-Brise and its network, who make proximity and team soul daily virtues. Are joining the France 2023 adventure. The year 2023 will be a Rugby World Cup for France’s regions. Where the memberships of France Pare-Brise are located, and who will take part in this great festivity as close to their homes as likely.” 



Pierre-Yves Desjeux, Deputy Handling Director of France Pare-Brise said:

“It is a great pride for our 192 members and their 1,000 employees to be current alongside France 2023 as an Official Supporter. It is a real opportunity to animate our network and our clientele by sharing the values of rugby and its moments of celebration and conviviality.” 

The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup
The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup

ABOUT FRANCE Rugby World Cup

Rugby World Cup will take home in France from 8 September-28 October with matches played in nine venues across 10 host cities. The competition will be the 10th men’s World Cup. And the second to be hosted by France after a memorable event in 2007.

World Cup will take home in a year. When the sport celebrates 200 years. Since Rugby School pupil William Webb Ellis was credited with inventing the game of rugby football by presenting

“a fine disregard for the rules”

in catching the ball and running with it in 1823.

France aims to be a positive impact rivalry. Setting new standards in social responsibility, and inclusion. and sustainable development for a major worldwide sporting event. Four strong commitments have been made: to act for a maintainable and circular economy. To commit to education, training, and employment, to limit the impact on the environment, and to support presence and accessibility. 

World Cup will be a prize event for rugby, with 20 teams competing. Forty-eight competitions will be played over 51 days. 

 ABOUT FRANCE PARE-BRISE 

Created in 1993, now a subsidiary of the St-Gobain group. The France Pare-Brise net has more than 450 centers throughout France. Achieved by 190 independent business owners. And more than 1,000 employees committed to serving their clientele.

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