Thinking and acting fortomorrow

For 13 years, Gobi's mission has been to replace disposables with products that are good for the planet and its inhabitants.

Accelerating change is something we never thought we could do alone.

Together with organisations, groups, and institutions, we have helped accelerate political and social awareness of waste reduction, manufacturing in France, and creating inclusive jobs. Today, we continue to work with civil society to build a sustainable economy that takes into account environmental and social issues.

Proud to be working for the circular economy

Within companies. In schools. In the sports sector.

We participate in committed businesscollectives

We are an active member of Mouvement Impact France (formerly Mouves). This collective promotes a new business model that preserves the planet's social and ecological capital. Its members share the conviction that they have an essential role and responsibility in constructing another model of economic development, one that is more united, fairer and more sustainable.

We are also involved in the EC2022 collective, an apolitical collective of over 200 organisations whose aim is to place the circular and solidarity economy at the centre of candidates' concerns from all sides in the 2022 presidential election.

We are also members of C3D, the College of Sustainable Development Directors, to build the companies of tomorrow and accelerate their transformation.

Summer University on the Economy of Tomorrow

We support initiatives that move toward more responsible sport

We support the transition of the sports sector to reusable materials as much as possible: 

Growing Together

The association Grandissons Ensembleis campaigning to eliminate disposable water bottles at the sidelines, starting with corporate football. Their "Run to 0" project is labeled Impact 2024.

Run for the Planet

We are partners in the first race for the planet.

The Titicaca Challenge 

Swimmers Théo Curin, Malia Metella and Matthieu Witvoet are taking on an unprecedented sporting challenge: to swim across Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, in 10° water!

They will be autonomous for 122 km, pulling a boat specially designed for the occasion, designed and manufactured according to the principles of the circular economy (recycled and recyclable materials, second life of the raft, etc.).

We are supporting their crowdfunding campaign by designing a Gobi water bottle in the colours of the Challenge and signed by our three champions!

The JL Bourg Basket

The professional basketball club of Bourg en Bresse is committed to an ambitious CSR approach. We are proud to support them in reducing the use of single-use plastic on their floors by equipping them with Gobi Indoor water bottles manufactured in the same department, 50 km away.

Sport and Gobi water bottles

and help shape tomorrow's generation for change

We support students' commitment to sustainable development, both on and off-campus.

We have spoken at the Circular Economy Academy at HEC, at the Mines de Paris to discuss zero waste sport and at Kedge Business School for the "Just do Green" Forum.

And we don't intend to stop there to show that it can be done differently with an all-around positive impact!

Do you have a project in mind? We'd love to hear from you!
Gobi conference at a school