Press kit winter 2021/2022 / Peisey-Vallandry 7 carbon footprint. At this time, the domain represents only 2% of the total carbon emissions of a ski holiday. The hope is to achieve zero emissions by 2030. Car-sharing is also encouraged by different members of the community; for example ESF Peisey-Vallandry and the SIVOM provide free shuttle buses between the different villages to limit the use of cars. “La Lonzagne”, a gondola lift between villages, is free to allow the inhabitants of Peisey and its visitors to come up to the resort without using their car. Observing, conserving and protecting our biodiversity Since 2012, the area has set up different observation points in order to identify and map out the flora and fauna that need protection and to re- habilitate natural species while pro- tecting our precious resource: water. The Environment Observatory allows the ski area to access key information to understand the environmental functio- ning of its surroundings and to plan its development – for example to take into account protected species when siting pylons. 85% of the ski area is in its natural state. We are responsible for conserving this asset. Our short term objective is to protect and conserve our natural environment by offering activities which enhance the attractiveness of our region whilst committing to sustainable tourism: 1m 2 impacted / 1m 2 reestablished. In 2017, Peisey-Vallandry received the accolade of “Green Resort” thanks to our holidays orientated towards emotions, nature, authenticity and respect for the environment. Today, we continue this quest for sustainable tourism.