We like to inform you about everything concerning our ambition to be Net Positive by 2030. From news about sustainability projects and new partnerships to updates about our innovations in and around the stadium.
The Johan Cruijff ArenA is taking the next step on its journey towards making itself sustainable: being Net Positive by 2030. What this means is that we will be completely transforming our impact, making only a positive contribution to society and the climate. In other words, we will be giving back more than we use.
In conjunction with partners such as Ajax and the municipality of Amsterdam, we are working towards Net Positive football matches, concerts and other events at the ArenA, The aim being to do our bit towards creating a sustainable, habitable world for future generations. You can read more on our ambition and approach below.
What is Net Positive?
Net Positive means going beyond being climate-neutral. It is a major, sustainable step forwards and one that we are taking with the Johan Cruijff ArenA.
On what will we be focussing?
We teamed up with our partner KPMG to explore what Net Positive means for the ArenA in order to work out where we can make the most difference.
Our roadmap: how will we become Net Positive
We are going to need an approach that will genuinely work if we are to achieve our Net Positive goals.
What we are doing already
The Johan Cruijff ArenA has proven itself to be a safe, sustainable stadium spurred on by continuous innovation.
Living lab for innovation
The Johan Cruijff ArenA has a partnership platform for organisations that share our desire to launch, test and expedite sustainable solutions.
We cannot become Net Positive in isolation.