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“Büeli” jersey auctioned off for the Davos Climate Fund

Davos Hockey Club has auctioned off Andres Ambühl's jersey. Not only one HCD fan is happy about this: the proceeds will go to the “myclimate Climate Fund Davos”. The campaign is not the only one with which the HCD is committed to greater sustainability. An overview.

Anders Ambühl broke the record for the most international games and is the national team's record scorer. It's no wonder that there's so much interest when HCD auctions off a jersey that its legend wore in two games. We're talking about the sustainability games against EV Zug in October 2023 and January 2024, when the players took to the ice in jerseys made from recycled PET material fished from the sea. In this way, the record champions want to raise awareness among spectators to separate waste in the stadium or use public transport for the journey there and back.

Donation for Davos climate fund
The proceeds from the auction totalled CHF 9,452.20 and went to the “myclimate Climate Fund Davos”. This is no coincidence: the HCD is taking part in this Davos climate initiative. The hockey club is thus not only reducing its own CO2 footprint. It is also supporting the destination's overarching goal of achieving net zero by 2030. Fans and spectators have the opportunity to invest in climate protection projects and local sustainability in Davos when purchasing tickets. HCD has also implemented its first projects financed by the fund. For example, the current "Spengler Cup" winner wants to improve fan mobility.

HC Davos wants to reduce CO2 emissions from fan journeys
The status quo: half of spectators travel to games by car and only 6.8 per cent by train. To change this, extra trains have been travelling to matches in cooperation with the Rhaetian Railway since this season. The climate fund is providing one-off start-up funding for this HCD project, which is reducing the carbon footprint of the entire holiday resort. The second project financed by the fund: The hockey club is implementing a new waste concept and using reusable cups at the Spengler Cup. 

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