Futuroscope is aiming for carbon neutrality by 2025. To achieve this, it is working with its employees to implement an environmental and energy policy focusing on energy, waste management and reduction, preservation of water resources, biodiversity and soft mobility.

Panneaux solaires


Since 2020, the Park has been buying 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources. Its aim is to produce more electricity than it consumes and to be carbon neutral by 2025. To achieve this, the Park is doing everything it can to reduce its consumption and produce carbon-free energy. For example, in 2022 the Park will install heat pumps to heat its entire extension. A biomass boiler will also be operational this year. By the end of 2025, it will have a photovoltaic production capacity of over 20 MW for its own consumption. One example: the shading systems installed on the Station Cosmos car park produce more than 100% of the energy consumed by the Space Loop hotel and restaurant. The Park is also investing in the planting of forests and supporting farmers to develop their low-carbon practices.
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The benches in the stands for the night-time show were made from 7,000 recycled food cartons, using a process invented by Urban'ext. Visitors already have access to 142 sorting points in the alleys of the park. If 100% of the waste is to be recycled, an in situ sorting centre will have to be set up by 2025 to optimise waste collection before processing.
Ecocup - Chasseurs de Tornades

Reusable crockery

Since the beginning of the 2023 season, the Futuroscope Park has followed the eco-responsible approach of banning disposable consumables and crockery. Meals and drinks served in our restaurants, takeaways and fast-food outlets are now served in washable and reusable crockery. Visitors are invited to use the sorting bins for this purpose.
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Between now and 2025, Futuroscope will be investing in optimal water consumption on the site with the aim of reducing water usage by 30% per visitor. For example, water recycled from the washbasins will be used to flush the toilets. Futuroscope has begun using processed urine as agricultural inputs (fertiliser), in conjunction with Toopi Organics, a start-up in Bordeaux, and GSF (the company that provides upkeep services in the Park). This economic and ecological alternative conserves drinking water by saving over 2,000 m³ of water every year.
Ecocup - Chasseurs de Tornades


In 2023, Futuroscope is expanding with its future Ecolodgée village, which will consist of 120 family lodges in a new, biodiversity-friendly site with freshly planted woodland, an unspoilt island with amicro-forest of 1,000 new trees, and water areas. The project will establish conditions that favour the development of local animal and plant life. The site will cover 3.5 hectares, with 1.8 hectares set aside for 15,000 trees and dry and wet meadows. In the same spirit, areas around the Park have been identified for late mowing and hands-off management, bird houses have been set up, and less water-intensive plants used as ornamental features. A total of 3.5 hectares will be used specifically for biodiversity conservation between now and 2025.
Véhicule électrique


600 recharging points are due to be installed in the car parks at Futuroscope by 2025 to provide visitors with simple and environmentally friendly vehicle-recharging solutions. A fleet of 40 electric vehicles (8 golf carts, 2 segways, 12 scooters and 8 bikes) are available to enable Futuroscope employees to become actively mobile and travel around the Park with zero impact. Futuroscope’s partners (such as GSF, who are in charge of cleaning) are also contributing, using Cobrane electric tricycles that are specially kitted out to collect small items of waste.By 2025, all the utility vehicles will have gone electric.

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