The participants of the Challenge Haute-Ardenne de Trail will adhere to the 5 engagements of the eco-runner chart as determined below :
Article 1 : Respect of a natural environment
I have respect for the natural environment and the areas crossed through and I am aware it are shared spaces and some of them protected. I will not leave garbage in the natural environment.
I have respect for the animal and plant life and will not throw bottles or other bags or used packing paper of energetic food on the ground and I will not shout out loud without reason.
I will respect the signs and traces in community residential places to preserve the natural environment.
IF THE REGULATIONS AND THE COMPETITION AREAS ARE NOT RESPECTED, THE ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DISQUALIFY A PARTICIPANT OR TO APPLY PENALITIES.
Article 2 : Social and solidarity cohesion
I have respect for the other concurrents, the volunteers of the organization and for all the people I will cross during the competition. I participe at the efforts done by the organization to join the event in a durable development. I act being aware of it.
Article 3 : Garbage management
I reduce my garbage and give preference to products with less packing for my meals, pic-nic and other competition food. I sort my garbage and I use the systems provided by the organization on the provisioning places and on the start and arrival areas. This means I am helping to make the work of the volunteers easier. According to some specific sort, I will take this garbage with me to bring it to an appropriated sort place.
Article 4 : Battle against the climate changes
I give preference to come to the event by car-pooling, shared transport and rainway.
Article 5 : Sporty behavior
I adopt a fair-play behavior, durable and responsible : I will not use forbidden substances that could change artificially my physic and mental capacities during the course.
I engage myself to live through the event in respect of the ethical and moral principles that consist in the values of the sport and social life and to respect everybody who practice his/her job, sport or passion.