As a collective of sports properties and the IWBI develop a safety rating in response to Covid-19, there’s hope the pandemic will be the catalyst for more sports facilities putting health and wellbeing first
Episode #20 – T. Bettina Cornwell explains how sports organisations can seek out partners with similar values, and why the wrong fit – no matter how commercially lucrative – can be disastrous for brand image
Evidence is building that emphatically demonstrates how teams, leagues and federations are being impacted by extreme weather – but can sports organisations take steps to reduce their vulnerability to the elements?
Episode #19 – Author of 3-Win Sponsorship, John Balkam, discusses the future of sport sponsorship, and details his five-point framework for impactful campaigns built on purpose
Brent Suter, the Milwaukee Brewers pitcher, discusses his version of athlete activism, and his mission to get other high-profile sports people talking about climate change
Episode #18 – Cardiff University lecturer, Dr Andrea Collins, explains how her research helped the Cardiff Half Marathon reduce its negative environmental footprint
Using corporate terminology frames ethical business as an ‘add-on’ rather than an imperative in sport. Now is the time to change that, says Daniel Cade
By using nuanced language and coming together with a shared response, sport can aid the global recovery following the pandemic and address other sustainability issues
With sustainable development at the heart of its 2026 Winter Olympic plan, and Europe’s “most sustainable stadium” in the pipeline, the city may be on the cusp of a sport-accelerated Renaissance
Organisation pledges to offset its 2018 carbon emissions and showcase the SDGs at the World Para Athletics Championships ahead of Tokyo Paralympics
Roderick Bradley, co-founder of PlayerLayer, talks about the importance of innovation and R&D when taking on the major players in the industry – and instigating sustainable change
All electricity for the four-day event came from manure collected from competing horses, which was transformed into energy by sustainable power company Fortum
Meet the newly-established collective of ‘academic rockstars’ planning to help sports industry practitioners make evidence-based decisions through curated research
As the football industry faces questions regarding its sustainability, one club in Denmark believes there is a different way of doing things. FC Nordsjælland CEO Søren Kristensen tells The Sustainability Report about a unique model guided by the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The IUCN director general will join the UN organisation later this year. Where will sport fit into her plans?
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