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Green Goals: Transforming for Tomorrow Conference 

The Green Goals: Transforming for Tomorrow conference aims to bring together leaders, experts and stakeholders from across the sports and leisure sector to discuss and address the critical role that this sector plays in the global climate change agenda. 

With the recent launch of Sport England's environmental strategy, "Every Move," and its pledge of £45 million to support the sector in reducing its carbon footprint, this conference is timely and essential.

 

Participants will gain insights into the latest research, technologies and strategies that can lead to a carbon-neutral sports and leisure sector. Through a series of keynote speeches, panel discussions, workshops and masterclass presentations attendees will learn about the best practices for mitigating climate impact, understanding environmental challenges, preparing for future sustainability and procuring innovative solutions.

Goals and Expected Outcomes

  • Increase awareness and understanding of the environmental impact of the sports and leisure sector.

  • Share best practices and successful case studies of sustainability initiatives.

  • Equip attendees with practical tools and knowledge to measure and reduce carbon footprints.

  • Foster collaboration and networking among stakeholders to drive collective action.

  • Outline clear, actionable steps for the sector to achieve carbon neutrality.

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