This quick start brochure, developed in collaboration with AISTS, gives concrete guidance to SAMBO event organisers in getting started with sustainability.
This paper assess whether major sport events meet the social needs of present and future generations and to review why certain effects occur.
It is the intention of the FIS to have the competitions executed according to the current sporting rules under fair conditions for the athletes and with respect for the cultural and social achievements of the organising country. FIS considers these aspects to be integrated in the responsibility to take care of nature and the environment as an essential basis for the sustainability of ski sport.
This book is the first of its kind from the International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS) and provides practical insight in several aspects of the management of football. It does not provide a total solution to the many problems within the game but it aims to be a showcase of what can be achieved with the cooperation of academics and higher education participants. The studies in this book are derived from relevant research papers that have been produced by the participants and visiting professors of the AISTS postgraduate programme, the AISTS MSA (Master of Advanced Studies in Sports Administration).
This module is part of a 12 clips guide created by SportAccord, AISTS, PI, and IOC, to help us understand sustainability as a whole, and look at what it means. Impact Assessment. It covers why we measure the impact of an event, methods of measures used (quantitative and qaulitative). It details economic, social and environmental impacts, how to measure them amd communicate the results to stakeholders. (Video 5/12)
Climate change is touching every aspect of human life and global sport is no exception: in 2019, the Rugby World Cup was disrupted by unprecedented pacific typhoons; in early 2020, the Australian Tennis Open was disrupted by the smoke blowing in from the country's devastating bush fire. The Tokyo 2020 Olympics were forced to move long distance running events north of the capital as the city's sweltering summer weather nos makes them impossible tu run.
The following report is divided in three sections :
This manual helps identify simple steps that make an ice hockey event more sustainable by presenting checklists, examples and links for the areas of transportation, waste and littering, energy, procurement, and access and social inclusion.
This guidance aims to help people connected with sports club to be more physically active by encouraging them to adopt active modes of transport to and from their facilities. Sports clubs and their facilities have a lot to gain from encouraging active travel, including a healthier fan-base, a more active workforce who take less sick leave, through to less pressure on car parking spaces, improved air quality around your stadium and an enhanced social responsibility profile.
This module is part of a 12 clips guide created by SportAccord, AISTS, PI, and IOC, to help us understand sustainability as a whole, and look at what it means. Here you will learn about the ISO 20121 Management System is a way of working. It tells us what the standard is, describes how to create a sustainability policy and adapt the framework to your event and company values. It describes process of getting the certification. (Video 3/12)
These Guidelines, published by the Federal (Germany) Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), aim to assist the organisers and planners of events (such as conferences, meetings, summits etc.) in recognising the necessary demands made by sustainability.