Beijing 2022 is set to be the most environmentally friendly Winter Olympic Games yet
Sustainability in Sport
The Federation of European Golf Greenkeepers Association (FEGGA) has developed a new strategy for sustainable golf course management and San Francisco’s Olympic Club has become the first club in North America to release a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report
What can you expect at SIS17? Find out here from David Stubbs and join us on 22-23 February by visiting the event website at http://www.sustainableinnovationinsport.org
Stars of Roland-Garros 2016 explain how to serve and protect our planet
The record we do not want to break: the inside story of delivering low carbon Olympic Games in Rio.
Sport is a crucial part of our social dynamic; providing a way for people to come together that transcends class and background, and engage in a collective experience.
President of the Japanese Olympic Committee, Tsunekazu Takeda, discusses how sustainability will be a key factor at the 2020 Olympic Games and outlines his vision for the future of the Olympic movement
Join us at the 2nd Sustainable Innovation in Sport on 22-23 February, 2017 in Munich, Germany – a 2 day meeting bringing together stakeholders and influencers who are engendering positive environmental impacts through sport. This event follows a highly successful first edition of Sustainable Innovation in Sport 2015 which took place during COP21 in Paris.
This two day meeting will deep dive into the economic, political and societal opportunities that enhancing sustainability in sports can offer to stakeholders in the industry, will amplify and bring awareness to current initiatives that are changing the face of the international sports and sustainability space, as well as focus on new policy and technologies that can be significant game changers.