- May 22, 2019
Having established a strong reputation for sustainability over the last 10 years, the tournament held at Roland Garros is challenging its food supply chain to be more responsible
King, the USTA and director of strategic initiatives Lauren Tracy labelled ‘an inspiration to the entire sports industry’ by the Green Sports Alliance
Global governing body provides update on governance progress while unveiling its new brand identity for the women’s game
The first man to win an Olympic medal for the US in luge on using his growing platform to influence fans and the sport he loves to become more serious about climate change
As part of its wide-ranging women’s football strategy, the European football governing body eyes ‘innovative’ commercial revenue and media rights models with sponsors, partners and broadcasters
Following Ineos’ unveiling as the main sponsor of what was formerly Team Sky, Friends of the Earth has called for a ban on fossil fuel sponsorship in sport. But is it possible?
At the Sustainable Brands conference in Paris the message was clear: be bold about sustainability, or “face the prospect of being useless”
Equipment manufacturers are starting to develop eco-friendly products – but the trend will have to ramp up for the sport to remain relevant for Millennials and Gen Z, says Aubrey McCormick
Despite progress being made by some sports organisations, representation of women at leadership level is still low. How can the sector overcome its ‘pipeline problem’?
Paris’ Natural History Museum helped Le Golf National mitigate the negative environmental impacts of hosting the tournament. Now the project is being rolled out across France
Reducing climate impact is the second – and probably most significant aspect – of the UN’s Sport for Climate Action Framework. The Sustainability Report investigates the steps sports organisations need to take
The world football governing body’s head of sustainability and diversity talks Qatar 2022, modular stadiums and finding “leverage” with suppliers
The co-founder of SandSI has been working with the New York Yankees for a decade – but in formalising his position, the team wants to send a message to the rest of the sports industry
Yum! Brands’ first-ever chief sustainability officer takes centre stage in the US’s growing green sports movement. How will the strategic executive approach his new role?
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