The UK Government has announced plans to ban plastic straws, cotton-buds and stirrers.
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced funding to produce renewable hydrogen from wind and solar power.
New research has found that climate change could result in beer shortages.
Mondelēz, the company who produces packaging for Cadbury and Oreo, have committed to making all packaging recyclable by 2025.
The cricket ground has introduced a number of measures to reduce plastic waste.
Adidas and Parley for the Oceans have collaborated on the football team’s third kit.
The swimmer has completed his gruelling 348 mile stretch across the English Channel for a sustainable cause.
Wimbledon, the iconic tennis venue, will ditch plastic straws at this year’s tournament, replacing them instead with recyclable alternatives.
UEFA, football’s governing body in Europe, has released a new report emphasising the urgent need to make sport more sustainable.
Exchanging thinking around greening the sports industry and engaging fans and communities.
FIFA, the international governing body for soccer, is teaming up with the UN to encourage fans to offset their carbon emissions ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
On Sunday, over 40,000 runners will pound the streets of London in what will be one of the hottest marathons during the event’s 37 year history.
An international cricket ground has taken major steps towards making the transition to a low-carbon and sustainable future.
One of England’s leading football clubs has become the latest high-profile name to announce plans to fight plastic pollution.
One of the first events on the US PGA Tour has been awarded with a major sustainability distinction.
Examine the key issues in sport sustainability ahead of the Sustainability in Sport Forum 2018
LA Galaxy is planning to switch focus off the field with a series of events to support sustainability initiatives in sport
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.