This will be the fourth international conference held by Healthy Stadia, and is now considered the principal symposium and networking space for professionals involved in the cross-cutting fields of sport, health and community development, but will also be of interest to those working in CSR and sport, facilities management and sustainability.
Over two days, the Sustainable Sport & Events Learning Module provides an understanding of the current challenges and opportunities of sustainability in sport.
A high-level meeting bringing together stakeholders in the global sports sphere, to discuss the unique opportunity that the realm of sports offers the climate change effort all over the world. Among other things, discussion will cover: The Growing Role of Sustainability in Sport; Mega Sports Events: Encouraging Sustainable Behaviour and Leaving a Legacy and; Reducing the Travel Footprint of Sports Events.
The Sustainable Events Summit 2016 will be taking place on Monday 21 November at 30 Euston Square in London. Join leading corporate brands, agencies, venues and suppliers to shape the future of a sustainable events industry.
On November 8 2016, SEA will host a one-day summit in Melbourne to further raise awareness of how the sporting industry can limit its impact on the environment. The #SEASummit 2016 will not only focus on sport within Australasia, but also the international sporting industry, with a heavy emphasis on how a collective and collaborate approach can lead to change.
The British Association for Sustainable Sport (BASIS) is pleased to announce their 6th Annual Sustainable Sports Conference, this year to be held at the Queen Elizabeth Park, the home of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
It was fantastic to see the climate change message featuring so prominently at the Rio 2016 Olympic Opening Ceremony. We are proud that London 2012 positioned the sustainability in sport conversation so strongly and cannot wait to invite you to join us as we chart the progression of this topic over the last four years.
The Beyond Sport Awards, supported by Comic Relief promote, support and reward the best projects across the globe that are using sport for positive social change. Since 2009, Beyond Sport has had 1894 projects enter the awards from 145 countries. Beyond Sport has awarded over 160 projects for their innovations and social impact through sport.
The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series is a racing circuit featuring the best sailors in the world, competing on foiling, wing-sailed 45ft catamarans.
The 35th America’s Cup programme runs between 2015 and 2017, and on 23rd July 2016 arrives into Portsmouth, the new home to Sir Ben Ainslie’s Land Rover BAR team. The team are committed to becoming the most sustainable sports team they can be as well as mounting a challenge for the biggest prize in world sailing.
After weeks of footballers and tennis players in the spotlight, The Guardian will discuss the work done quietly by architects, events organisers, materials experts, sustainability teams and others to better manage the environmental impacts of sports.
Join their live online chat on Tuesday 12 July, 1-2pm BST, where they’ll explore questions including:
The Football Supporters’ Federation and Supporters Direct will host the joint annual Supporters Summit in London, at Wembley Stadium, on 16th July 2016 - in partnership with the FA.
The event brings fans together from across the UK, from clubs and supporter organisations, to debate the issues at the heart of the game.