Sustainability is now a mainstream topic for any major industry or organisation that wants to be better prepared for the future. This is even more applicable in the current global context. In response to that scenario, The Sustainability Report has been a platform where the sports industry can learn about sustainable leadership, innovation and strategy.
To open our SportWorks TALKS – The Sustainability Leadership Series, we invite Matthew Campelli, he draws on numerous interviews and research to make the case for sustainable development as an essential upgrade for the sports industry. Can a genuine focus on sustainability enhance sport as a product for all of its key stakeholders?
Along with the current context, the focus of this event will be a reminder of the urgency and the importance for us to take sustainable decisions for the future of our world, its people and our sports. Long-term strategy needs short-term action.
The agenda includes the topics of resilience, a global perspective on the circular economy and how it can all help your triple bottom line. It will also feature some of the best sustainability practices in the Olympic Movement.
As usual, you will be hearing from many other IFs,
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The Summit seeks to highlight better practices for enhancing performance and fostering a dialogue with stakeholders and fans about environmental stewardship.
Sport positive summit convenes sports leaders from accross the globe to support the advance towards sustainability.
We've all been through the ringer this year, with so much disruption to our global sport calendar, and while things still aren't back to normal, it's been so heartening to see sport begin again, even behind closed doors.
While we still think about those who have been directly impacted by COVID-19 every day, our community must still come together, to continue to drive our work forward in combatting climate change.
So the Sport Positive Summit is coming to you virtually! We've had to change things up from our programme in March; with a global audience we can't have the full 2-day live agenda that we had planned. We're condensing our live content into 3 hours each day, but there will be additional content, the opportunity to network and partake in 1-2-1 meetings across the entire 48 hours of the Summit, no matter what timezone you are on.
More info on all aspects of the Sport Positive Summit are coming your way in short order, so keep an eye on the website and your email for those.
The industrial sector holds one of the keys to a low carbon future. As a sector, it is responsible for a significant proportion of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions – and therein lies the opportunity. By harnessing sustainable technology in manufacturing and tapping into nature-based solutions, forward-thinking organisations can drastically reduce their environmental impacts and unlock a portion of the $23tn opportunity that comes from addressing climate change.
Join Svetlana Oglobina (Dow Olympic & Sports Solutions), P.J. Marshall (Restore the Earth Foundation), Simon Phillips (NatureBank) and Faye Miller (Dow Industrial Solutions) to learn about how these organisations are working together to find solutions and increase their positive impact.
In this webinar you will learn:
The 2nd IAKS International Pool Conference is the perfect forum for discussing current trends in the fields of management, architecture and technology and for exchanging ideas with operators / owners, planners / consultants and manufacturers in the pool industry on the international level. Learn from experts from Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, and the UK!
The conference opens on 23 September with a visit to the indoor pool in Asker, which was built in 2017 to passive house standards and, in view of its energy efficiency, is considered an exemplary project of the Norwegian FutureBuilt programme. The tour will be followed by a networking dinner in Asker, which will also be attended by the IAKS Expert Circle on Pools.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way in which the world operates – at a personal, business, governmental, and inter-governmental level. As the focus shifts to how we rebuild, Climate Week NYC 2020 will explore what lessons we can learn in our pursuit of a net-zero future that embraces a just transition and leaves no one behind.
We must rebuild the global economy for us all – people and planet – as we begin to recover. And we must halve global emissions by the end of this decade.
COP26 has been postponed and the upcoming U.S. election will determine the approach of the world’s largest economy to climate change for the next four years and beyond. This is our opportunity to put people at the heart of climate action.
With this, Climate Week NYC has never been more important and our “For New York, For The World” approach has never been more timely. We must have crucial conversations and do the hard work now to shape the coming years, even if much of it cannot be in person. As one of the few international climate events now taking place this year, hosted in association with the United Nations and the City of New York, all eyes will be on Climate Week NYC as we step up to the challenge to build a better future.
The purpose of the Global Dialogue Forum was to discuss current and emerging issues related to the promotion of decent work in the world of sport, with the aim of adopting points of consensus, including recommendations for future action by the International Labour Organization and its Members.
A conversation on how the paradigm has shifted in the sport of sailing and beyond.
Join the SDG Sport Lab on Thursday 2 July and and Thursday 9 July to hear from former elite athletes how to connect with athletes and stakeholders and develop a plan to embed sustainability in your event?
World Oceans Day takes place annually on the 8th of June. The concept was originally proposed in 1992 by Canada's International Centre for Ocean Development and the Ocean Institute of Canada at the Earth Summit – UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.