• All FIFA Family fleet vehicles and public transport vehicles should meet Euro II standards for fuel efficiency and emissions
• Promote the use of public transport by spectators to reduce carbon emissions.
• That an energy audit / assessment covering a period of at least six months be done at the stadiums to determine the baseline and where energy savings can be made.
• That audit recommendations on energy efficiency be implemented in the stadiums.
• That the electricity used within the stadium precinct during the event be ‘renewable or green electricity’, purchased from accredited sources and registered with the South African Tradable Renewable Energy Certification body (potential sources include: Solar PV, Wind, Small Hydro, Biogas from sewage, and landfill derived methane gas) .
• That takeaway food is served with both minimum packaging and recyclable material in the stadiums and fan-parks.
• That multi-use containers / cups for drinks be used for most beverages served in the stadiums and fan-parks. A deposit-refund system will be introduced as an incentive for returning used cups.
• Promote the use of reusable material in the construction of temporary facilities.
• Minimise the use of newspaper and single-use advertising boards and promotional material.
• That waste is separated at source by introducing a two-bin system to be used as minimum in the stadiums public areas and a multi-bin system used in the catering centres and other facilities (volunteer, media and VIP / hospitality centres) in the stadia and fan-parks to separate recyclable from non-recyclable items.
• That the multi-bin system must cater for glass bottles, paper, plastics, organic waste and general waste and the two-bin system must cater for recyclables and general waste.
• That a water consumption audit / assessment is done at the stadiums to determine the baseline and where water savings can be made.
• That the use of water-free urinals in toilets is promoted.
• That the use of rain or surface water for sprinkling, toilets, urinals and cleaning in stadiums is encouraged.
• That drivers are trained on eco-driving to reduce fuel consumption.
• That local public transport including bicycles and other non-mechanised means of transport account for a minimum of 50 per cent travel to and from stadiums on match days.
• That any negative impacts on biodiversity or the natural environment are minimized during the planning and hosting of the event.
• That all official venues should promote local biodiversity / vegetation in their landscaping around the venue (where relevant).