Sport Positive Summit 2020 is the only event of it’s kind to convene sports leaders from across the globe to support the advance towards a low carbon future for sports operations and events, as well as the education and engagement of fans on climate change. Leaders from sports properties, governing bodies and federations as well as climate stakeholders, Government and UN bodies join us.
In collaboration with UNFCCC Global Climate Action, it is an annual meeting place for the Sports for Climate Action Framework signatories, as well as the wider sports community who are pursuing heightened sustainability efforts.
Designed specifically for those who are looking to reduce the environmental impact of their sporting event, you will hear from leaders in sport and climate, network with your peers from all over the world and gain crucial insights into the tools you need to reduce your climate footprint and engage your fans and consumers to reduce theirs.
Under one roof, the entire community can learn from each other, disseminate good practices, develop new tools and bolster partnerships within areas of mutual interest.
The Summit is a touchstone for the sector’s advancement; supporting year-round progress and promoting accountability and reporting.
Crucial early adopters have been working towards sport having a lower environmental footprint for decades, but a critical mass of sport properties globally are getting behind this effort right now.
Sport has never been in a more powerful position to harness the zeitgeist to drive change that will futureproof its own activities, positively impact the world for generations to come, and evolve the sports business model towards a more sustainable economic foundation.
Join us where the future of sport is built.
- The potential of putting sustainability at the heart of sports business; to future proof operations, ensure long-term cost savings and bring the benefits of a halo effect to your brand
- The crucial leadership role sport can take to drive sustainable development
Including, but not limited to: Leagues, Clubs, Venues, Federations and Sports Bodies, Brands, Tournaments and Tours, Rights Holders, Associations, Solution Providers, Innovators, Government, UN Bodies, NGOs, Advocacy Groups.
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