Finding ways to stem the tide of biodiversity loss is a responsibility across all industries and people.
The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace, held each year on 6th April, was launched by the UN to highlight sport’s unique contribution to human development.
The National Hockey League (NHL) has launched its second report into how the game can increase its sustainability efforts and reduce the threats from a changing climate.
The Sports Environment Alliance recently spoke with Climate Action about how to usher in sustainability within the world of sport.
The amount of snow found in parts of the western US has declined by up to 30 percent over the past century, putting increased strain on livelihoods and ski resorts.
New sustainability strategies in sport are growing, but much more needs to be done to affect behavioural change, both within clubs and from fans.
The Chinese government has recently unveiled further plans to make Beijing one of the most sustainable Winter Olympics in history.
The National Hockey League (NHL) is building on its strong environmental reputation by dedicating an entire month to green initiatives.
The German sportswear giant has recycled 11 million plastic bottles to make a unique brand of shoe.
Forest Green Rovers, a soccer team based in the English countryside, has won a major award celebrating sustainability in sport.
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