Calls for opinion: Sports Environment Alliance
Have your club(s) been impacted by extreme weather- drought? flood?
Do you have a ideas on what would make a difference for clubs to future proof their sports' home?
The Sports Environment Alliance, a not-for-profit membership organisation of leaders whose aim is to minimise the sport industry's environmental footprint, cares about the future of sport.
Over the next year, SEA is focused on developing a set of resources to provide support to community sport on how best to mitigate and adapt to the changes in the natural environment. We are calling for your participation to share your ideas, experiences, and true insights on the matters that really matter. For this reason, your contribution would be greatly appreciated.
If you are interested in sharing your thoughts, please email us by January 31st, 2019 at email@example.com and we will email you details of when, where and how you can contribute to protecting the future of sport.
The 'Future Proofing Community Sport: A Roadmap for Climate Change Management for the Sport and Recreation Facilities Sector' project is supported by the Victorian Government.
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