Greenwashing presents a significant obstacle to tackling climate change. By misleading the public to believe that a company or other entity is doing more to protect the environment than it is, greenwa
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has issued two guides to assist global sports, business and cultural event organisers and their stakeholders in monitoring, measuring
World Sailing relaunched its In-House Certification (IHC) in February 2022 as sailors began to return to the water, and the benefits to the sport are already evident.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and UN Women have renewed a partnership focusing on using sport to promote gender equality.
The historic Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has set a goal of being carbon neutral by 2030 and producing net zero emissions by 2040 as part of a new Net Zero Carbon Strategy.
The Seattle Seahawks NFL American football franchise has sealed a partnership with DTG Recycle.
MotoGP has linked up with the AWorld mobile application to encourage fans of the motorcycle-racing championship to adopt sustainable steps as part of a broader ‘Making a Difference’ initiative.
A global fan survey has been launched as part of the United Nations Sports for Climate Action initiative.
In this week’s round-up: Wimbledon sustainability measures discussed; climate change concerns for the FIFA World Cup; and new roles for Dr Madeleine Orr and Sarah Lewis OBE.
On the International Day for Peace, Auvita Rapilla, IOC Member and Chair of the Olympism365 Commission, discusses how the Olympism365 strategy can support the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDG
Players will run out onto pitches up and down France in distinctive t-shirts this week as the stars of Rugby World Cup 2023 vow to Keep Rugby Clean.
After visiting a refurbished park, Sport Minister Stuart Andrew has encouraged Brits to give tennis a go as 1,500 public tennis courts across England, Scotland and Wales have now been transformed as p
Starting today, young people taking bold leadership on climate change can nominate their work for the 2023 United Nations Global Climate Action Awards.
Let’s move on 20 September, the International Day of University Sports (IDUS)! Let's Move is a global Olympic initiative to encourage the world to move. Launched in June this year it aims at creatin
The Ocean Race has revealed that environmental DNA (eDNA) was collected during the 2022-23 edition of the competition in a groundbreaking initiative designed to lift the lid on ocean health and biodiv
This week’s 2023 BMW PGA Championship on golf’s DP World Tour is the first-ever sporting event to have its television production powered entirely by green hydrogen.
Major League Soccer franchise DC United has sealed a multi-year partnership with Republic Services, a North American recycling and waste disposal organisation.
Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles has achieved the prestigious WELL Health-Safety Rating – recognition of the arena’s commitment to nurturing a culture of health, wellbeing and safety for employees
Brazilian football club Palmeiras has been awarded the Green Energy Seal by the country’s Sugarcane and Bioenergy Industry Union (UNICA) for its renewable energy efforts.
In this week’s round-up: The O2 to stage ‘carbon-removed events’; VINCI pledges to join Paris 2024’s sustainability drive; and Edgbaston goes green for international clash.
Manchester United Foundation has released its Season Review for the 2022/23 season, documenting its outstanding work over the last 12 months.
Bristol City has become the first club to earn GreenCode Accreditation in the EFL Green Clubs scheme.
A groundbreaking report by a group of independent experts released today by the United Nations outlines steps governments should take to maximize the impact of policies and actions by tackling the