It is also the individual responsibility of our guests: in their behaviour, daily actions and choice of service providers and/or destinations according to sustainability criteria.
Our objective is to contribute in saving the planet by limiting the impact of our activities on our vulnerable environment…
For years, our non-profit association has been integrating sustainable development.
– Alert our guests on participating in waste sorting and energy saving
– Be at 100% of green electricity. All our bulbs are LEDs or class A bulbs.
– Train our staff to have real ecological actions !
– Favour short circuit and products from organic farming or fair trade.
– Enhancing local biodiversity in our garden.
– And many other actions that we will be happy to share with you !
Reference : FR/051/068
issued by the City of Lyon, renewed thrice.
Our garden is a LPO refuge (League of Bird Protection).
This little character comes to life to help you learn more about the daily ecogests in all of our facilities. Children and grown-ups alike enjoy Rhea’s cartoons they can discover before coming to our place !
Mascot of our national network, you can also find Rhea in all the eco-labelled Ethic-Etapes !
Ethic-Etapes, it’s a warm welcoming based on the values of sharing, discovery and respect, and it won’t stop anytime soon !
All members of the Ethic etapes network are committed to the planet and social tourism!
All centers of the Ethic-Etapes network take part in a social and solidarity-oriented economy.
The centers reinvest their profits in their social projects and work actively with local firms and projects.
Each center develops a unique economic project serving the general interest, with an open management.
It is a network that will bring a special attention to the choice of their suppliers and supplies, especially in terms of catering: short circuits, organic products and good meals…. !
The CISL, like the other centers, aims to offer you friendly and safe services. Our objective remains to allow as many people as possible to learn about their own regions by promoting encounters, social exchange and the inclusion of people with disabilities.