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Sport Environment Alliance - #SEASummit2019


Join other catalysts of change in the sport and sustainability sectors for a day at Melbourne's Mecca of sport, the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

On March 5th, 2019, Sport Environment Alliance (SEA) will host a one-day summit to raise awareness of how the sporting industry can limit its impact on the environment and how the changes in our environment are affecting the places and spaces where we play.

The #SEASummit will not only focus on sport within Australasia, but also the international sporting industry, with a heavy emphasis on how a collective and collaborative approach can lead to change.

The #SEASummit will run from 9 AM - 5 PM AEST, with delegates invited to stay for our annual #SEAChanger Awards and networking drinks until 7 PM AEST.

Vicsport members can access discounted tickets by using the following link and password:

LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/seasummit-2019-sports-environment-alliance-affiliate-members-tickets-53843833355

PASSWORD: SEACHANGER


For more information, head to Sport Environment Alliance website

WATCH: Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is set to become one of the most environmentally sustainable stadia in the world – and Siemens ambassador and cycling great Cadel Evans was on hand to find out all about it.




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