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Reporting system

We facilitate those who go on the mountain the possibility to report in real time the problems they see around them:

  • fallen trees;

  • cut trees;

  • dangerous animals;

  • dry rivers;

  • polluted rivers;

  • fallen stones;

  • oil stains;

  • vegetation fires;

  • vehicles located in protected areas.


We motivate them to be active through a gamification system through which they receive points based on the number of reports and their quality.

Atlas of Sports indexes all these reports and builds a consolidated report that it presented both to the competent authorities, as well as to the press and other environental organizations.

Impact on climate

The way climate manifests itself finds an effect in the degradation of natural capital (the natural environment).

Therefore, the application of responsibility for the following topics that have an impact on the climate:

  • develops and strengthens biodiversity;

  • helping air, water, soil, animal, and plant quality;

  • encourages the use of raw materials from sources that do not harm the natural habitat (eg: the use of fallen, dry trees, etc.);

  • eliminating waste by identifying, collecting, monitoring, and valorizing them (partnerships with institutions/NGOs/Companies capable in this regard);

  • monitoring and reducing greenhouse gas emissions (methane, NOx, SOx, etc.) by categorizing identified and collected waste (plastic, glass, construction materials, oils, etc.);

  • monitoring and reducing emissions of greenhouse gases (methane, NOx, SOx, etc.) by identifying other activities that contribute to their generation (use of cars, forest fires, river pollution by reducing the absorption of emissions, etc.)

  • use flora and fauna (natural plants, animals) for pharmaceutical purposes without leading to their exploitation;

  • created the ability to pollinate the flora.

According to environmental impact calculators, by attracting 1000 amateur athletes in year 1, of which 90% report the environmental problems noted on the field, we expect a net impact reduction potential of 219 kg CO₂eq. This increases to 2.2 t CO₂eq in year 5.

We strongly believe that we are contributing to the achievement of the SDG 9 targets, 9.1, 9.3 particulary and SDG 15 targets, 15.1, 15.2, 15.4, 15.5 particularly. For us, is very important to contribute to the health and safety of our target groups. For this reason, we believe that every partner with whom we carry out this project must take measures to meet our sustainability values, in line with the internationally launched sustainable development goals. Nature is a space that we must each learn to appreciate and live in communion. Human activity must not affect biodiversity and natural habitats, on the contrary, through this project, we aim to support them through effective measures, digitized systems. The activities within our project aim to identify sustainability topics that affect the natural environment (such as pollution, deforestation, desertification, exploitation of natural resources to the limit, etc.) and identify, through digitized systems, measures to prevent and mitigate all these aspects. In the same, our activities aim to increase the degree of involvement and awareness from those who will use natural resources when reporting actions that disagree with non-compliance with natural habitats.

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