ANEBE (National Association of Spirit Drinks Companies) will carry out the Action “Menores nem uma gota” which aims to raise awareness among festival participants for moderate consumption of alcohol and includes interventions with operators and bar staff about the responsible sale of alcoholic beverages. , with a special focus on the complete prohibition of alcoholic beverages to minors.
APERCIM, through inclusion in the scope of the work, will be in the catering of MEO Kalorama supporting the operation of food for the entire production of the festival.
APPDI (Portuguese Association for Diversity and Inclusion) will provide training on welcoming differences to the team, messages of diversity and inclusion that will be spread throughout the festival.
BearingPoint, through its environmental consultancy, will be at the festival with support in the calculation of the carbon footprint, in the definition of improvement proposals and goals for the next edition.
Camara de Lisboa and ValorSul will be partners to collaborate on the effectiveness and efficiency of our comprehensive and demanding waste management plan. With communication of appeal to the participation of all. Where we encourage the reuse of the reusable cup that we will make available to the public, and water bottles.
E-soldar through the fundraising platform will help raise funds with the auctions of items donated by artists during the festival.
Quercus associates itself with Kalorama, aware that it is necessary to minimize the environmental impacts associated with the great summer festivals. To mark the 1st edition of the Kalorama festival, an environmental awareness plan was established with innovative proposals across the entire event, in areas such as waste production, water and energy savings, sustainable food, ecomobility and climate action. . With the presentation of a “Guide” with simple and practical tips and recommendations for festival-goers, the aim is to reduce the environmental impact of the activities carried out at the venue. In partnership with Kalorama, the objective is to encourage the public to adopt a lifestyle oriented towards safeguarding natural resources and the sustainable future of the planet.
The United Movement Against Waste, which promotes sustainability and the transition to a circular and collaborative economy as a way of combating food waste through the letter of adhesion signed by the festival, reinforces our commitment to the active fight against food waste.
Refood 4 Good, in the action of promoting the reuse of food surpluses, will donate food leftovers in good condition at the end of the event to local needy families.
Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa will support the festival with a technical team on the platform for disabled mobility, in the Quiet Place and in other accessibility points of the venue.