• Home
  • News
  • Sustainability round-up: November 16

Sustainability round-up: November 16

November 16 2023 - News Release News Editorial

This week’s sustainability round-up highlights Twickenham Stadium’s latest eco accreditation, the League of Ireland’s extended sponsorship deal and Sport Wales’ new platform for clubs and organisations.

Sustainability round-up: November 16

Twickenham Stadium has been awarded the Gold Standard accreditation from ECOsmart in recognition of its sustainability efforts. The venue was praised for its commitment to sustainable event food, shown by its “zero waste to landfill” policy which has been in place for the last eight years.

Read more.

The League of Ireland has extended its partnership with SSE Airtricity as the principal partner of all three of its senior divisions. The electricity and gas supplier has been a partner of the football league since 2010 and is due to introduce an array of developmental programmes. These will focus on promoting sustainability, inclusion and diversity within the League’s operations.

Read more.

Sport Wales has helped to develop a new online platform designed to aid clubs and organisations to reduce their environmental impact. The Sport Environment and Climate Coalition Resource Hub, which is available in Welsh and English, includes videos, articles, and guides to support sustainability efforts across the country. It is aimed to contribute to the Welsh government’s goal to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030.

Read more.

Image: Billy Brodzinski on Unsplash

    GSS Weekly Newsletter Registration

    Register your interest in receiving our free weekly sport and sustainability newsletter and get it delivered to your inbox every Thursday

    GSS Weekly Newsletter Benefits:

    • Free access to all the latest sustainability news and features

    • Free weekly newsletter featuring all the latest developments in sport and sustainability

    Register your details here:


    First name

    Last name