Sport and the Environment: What is the ‘Life TACKLE’ project’s contribution in achieving environmental sustainability in sport?

By |marec 4th, 2020|EU sports policy, Euro 2020, European Green Deal, football, Life Tackle, News|

Panel I As a key part of our society, sport not only offers opportunities for physical activity but it also promotes good health and well-being. It provides a means of social contact and opportunities ranging from intense competitiveness to casual...

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French stadiums should ban fungicide use this year

By |februar 25th, 2020|carbon footprint, climate, Climate Change, environment, football, France, fungicides, Life Tackle, News, Pesticides, Professional football league, sport, Sports|

Fungicides, which are pesticides used to combat fungi, could be banned from French football stadiums this year. EURACTIV France reports

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Ewald Lienen: Football Rebel for Future

By |februar 5th, 2020|Ewald Lienen, FC St. Pauli, football, Germany, Life Tackle, News, Plastic recycling|

German football veteran Ewald Lienen is convinced that football is political and bears social responsibility. Today, the Technical Director of FC St. Pauli is committed to climate protection - not only on the pitch.

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Lyon football club attempts to reconcile sport with environment

By |september 26th, 2019|beehives, energy, environment, football, France, Life Tackle, Lyon, News, waste management, water management|

Olympique Lyonnais'newly-built OL City complex has been designed to be more environmentally friendly, though it initially attracted criticism for requiring a longer commute. EURACTIV France reports.

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Betis, the Spanish club committed to going climate neutral

By |maj 31st, 2019|EU Green Week, football, Life Tackle, News, Real Betis, solar energy, sustainability, UN Climate Neutral Now, waste management|

Spanish football club Real Betis is well known for the colours of its T-shirt, green and white. But now they want to integrate that concept into their whole policy by leading the way in making soccer more sustainable.

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