City of Richmond Quick Start Guide for sustainable events, developed with the Richmond Olympic Oval in close partnership with the AISTS (International Academy of Sports Science and Technology), in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The second issue of AUTO this year includes conversation starters, ideas and opinions on several important topics. The cover story deals with a subject much in the news: how motor sport can play its part when it comes to ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY.
The Champions for the Sea programme will help you and your students (aged 6-12 years) discover the excitement of sailing through The Ocean Race, the importance of the Ocean and how Ocean health is threatened. Through the practical activities and worksheets developed, and using Social and Emotional Learning techniques (SEL) you and your students will be encouraged and empowered to take positive action for the Ocean with a true understanding of how we can all make a difference and become Champions for the Sea!
Sustainability and legacy are presently two of the major challenges for the sports event industry. In the past two decades, governing bodies, event organisers, cities, companies and professional sports leagues have all been reflecting on how best to embed these challenges into the organisation of sports events. This book from the AISTS (International Academy of Sports Science and Technology) is the second in the series ‘Collected Insights from the Field of Sports’. It concentrates on the two aforementioned challenges of sustainability and legacy in sport. The chapters in this book are derived from 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 and Technology). Being grounded in research, the book aims to correct the imbalance between the sustainability and legacy theories and practices in the world of sport. Our intention is that its outcomes can be utilised by academics, sports administrators, sports teams, students and the public to engage in the discussion on sports sustainability and legacy.
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 :