Bern – Stade de Suisse: The world's largest stadium-integrated solar power plant on the roof of the STADE DE SUISSE Wankdorf Bern has been completed and put into operation. As a multifunctional arena for sports and cultural events and a venue for national and international meetings, this national stadium is set to gain importance far beyond athletics.
Interlaken and Region
Respecting the environment – Alpine Pearls, synonymous with extraordinary destinations in the Alps, has recognised that nature is its capital. As the pearl of the Alps, Interlaken guarantees environmentally friendly mobility. This applies not only to arrival and departure, but also to mobility on site and in the region.
Lucerne – Lake Lucerne
Respecting the environment – Climate Trail: The Climate Trail creates awareness of climate change. It illustrates future challenges and problems but also highlights new perspectives and opportunities. The Climate Trail is divided into three parts: The first part aims to raise awareness, the second part is more meditative and contemplative and the third part deals with questions.
Sustainability – Montreux Music & Convention Centre: Member of the organisations "Tourism for Development", "Green Globe" and "United Nations Global Compact”.
- Economic Cooling System: Cooling through means of a pumping station that pumps water in and out from the lake (energy saving of about 700,000 kWh per year / cost saving of almost 35%).
- Rational use of energy: Energy-saving light bulbs. Infrared tracking system to cut down the electricity consumption when the Montreux Music & Convention Centre is not in use
- Prevention of pollution and control of waste hazards: 130 tons of waste is sorted and recycled each year. The aim is a "Zero Waste" campaign (where all waste is recycled).