September 27th, 2021 – Sport and Sustainability International (SandSI) and World Athletics jointly announced today the creation of the Air Quality & Sport Working […]
Second edition of the international voluntary sustainability standard for golf developments demonstrates golf’s continuing proactive leadership and progress in the construction industry. Developed through […]
BARCELONA, 21 September 2021 –The Barça Foundationand UNICEF today launched new research confirming that sport can have a powerful impact on children’s overall education and […]
The Netherlands – Sport Group and GBN-AGR have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to collaborate on the development of artificial grass recycling infrastructure and technologies […]
The sports and leisure sector has been impacted massively by Covid-19, while we also need to respond to the challenge of climate change. Social, ecological and economical sustainability needs to be addressed in an integral way. Grass root and elite sport will face funding challenges for both public and private projects, as governments world-wide search for ways to recover from the pandemic.
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That’s all the time we have until the 2030 deadline to meet the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. And that’s why SandSI is […]
In partnership with the UEFA Foundation for Children and NGO streetfootballworld, PepsiCo, a long-standing UEFA Champions League partner, has launched this global initiative to […]
China’s push to host a “green” 2022 Olympics and Paralympic Winter Games is expected to boost clean energy demand including natural gas consumption over […]
Global sport faces major disruption from climate change in coming decades. Across the world we are already seeing our athletes and the sports we love being impacted by the likes of flooded pitches, extreme heat, smoke from bush fires, coastal erosion and lack of snow for winter sports
No sport will be exempt from impact of climate change, and the time to act is now. Crucial early adopters have been working towards sport having a lower environmental footprint for decades, but a critical mass of sport properties globally are getting behind this effort right now thanks to the likes of UN Sports For Climate Action Framework and other initiatives. Sport has never been in a more powerful position to harness the zeitgeist to drive change that will safeguard its future, positively impact the world for generations to come, and evolve the sports business model towards a more sustainable economic foundation.
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Building sustainable solutions to make the most crucial stages of the padel championship in Italy and abroad even more efficient, this is the goal […]