Episode #72 – Matthew Wolff and Keil Corey, the founders of fledgling football club Vermont Green FC, explain how they built the club’s identity around tackling the climate crisis
A mountain with a smile on its face will potentially go down as one of the most distinctive crests in the world of football.
But it’s what sits behind the crest that is really remarkable. Vermont Green FC, a fledgling football (soccer) team about to make its debut in the USL League 2, will attempt to redefine what it means to be a football club with purpose, shaping its whole ethos and operations around climate and environmental justice.
In this week’s podcast, The Sustainability Report sits down with Vermont Green’s two co-founders, Matthew Wolff and Keil Corey, to discover what it means to be a climate-justice focused sports property.
Listen to the full episode here:
Episode #72 talking points:
– Why the founders decided to build a football club around environmental justice, community and distinctiv design
– How the club is making climate and environmental education available for all stakeholders
– What Vermont Green is doing to walk the talk around net zero and circular merchandise
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