The Sport Sustainability E-learning programme was jointly developed by AISTS and Positive Impact with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and SportAccord as Principal Supporting Partners.
he course provides information and support required to start, or continue, the journey in making sports events more sustainable.
The modules on using ISO 20121 (a framework for implementing sustainability) and reporting using the GRI EOSS methodology are available through Positive Impact.
Below you can see snapshots of our original website created in 2012 to promote the Sport Sustainability course.
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How could we address the role of plastics in the event industry? We’re asking for your help to answer this question and help us to make a difference.
The Carbon Pledge was created by leaders in the events industry who are hoping to reduce the industry's carbon footprint.
Following on from the success of our 2017 campaign 'Telling the story of the power of events during the UN Year of Sustainable Tourism' , Positive Impact is excited to launch their 'Collaborate for Good' campaign for 2018.
#HonestGame is our project inspired by the positive change in sports in which we highlight sports reflecting the values we believe in: leadership, equality and transparency.
Girls Creating is a Positive Impact campaign created to inspire women to share their stories, empowering the next generation to create the lives that they want and make a difference.
Share a Positive Impact is an online campaign designed to create a global, collaborative vision for a more sustainable event industry.