- November 18, 2019
French arm of the environmental NGO develops three-objective initiative to equip sports organisations and mobilise spectators to make sporting events more sustainable
Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester City and Manchester United recognised by Sport Positive for work related to renewable energy, eradicating single-use plastics and offering vegan food
Episode #9 – The renewable energy entrepreneur and club chairman talks about his journey transforming a struggling football club into a brand synonymous with environmental stewardship
The IOC – one of the Framework’s architects – and experienced chairs and co-chairs will help signatories address each of its five principles
With one in three athletes experiencing anxiety and depression, organisations like the NBA and NFL have developed mental health policies to make sure their players don’t have to suffer in silence
GAISF’s sustainability award is a smart way to encourage sports federations to become more environmentally responsible. It’s these positive impacts – like recognition from peers – that need to be driven home more regularly
Elite athletes set a goal before they know how they’ll achieve it – the same mentality can be adopted by sports organisations to address climate change, say Joie Leigh and Claire Poole
With the population estimated to rise to 10 billion by 2050, food production needs to increase while reducing its environmental impact. Brasserie 2050, a concept showcased during FEI’s Rotterdam event, offers a solution
Organisations with diverse leadership have proven to be more profitable in the world of business. What can sport do to model this success?
The motor racing federation is building events around Formula E races in different cities to discuss – and address – mobility challenges with local decision-makers and businesses
A guide published by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) seeks to examine the impact stadiums and arenas have on biodiversity. Can such construction projects help the environmental cause, rather than hinder it?
Ikea’s creative leader James Futcher discusses the company’s partnership with World Surf League – and creating sustainable products using surfers’ lifestyles as a guide
Stockholm/Åre 2026’s head of sustainability, Johan Strid, discusses the bid’s private funding model, green innovation and cementing Sweden’s status as a sustainability leader
With more than 150 venues and 22,000 live events, reaching carbon neutrality by 2050 will be some achievement for AEG. John Marler talks about taking on the challenge
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