Uniting for a Greener Game: A Dynamic Q&A Workshop

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What is the key to greener sports that isn’t green, or sport washed actions? Let’s re-imagine how sport can truly play a role towards a better sustainable future. Through a captivating blend of a panel Q&A, thought-provoking discussions, and interactive activities we will explore the power of sport to action climate change and help the land we live on flourish.

Sport organisations confront growing challenges and threats to the natural environment, that pose as a risk to how we play sport today. Responses require changes or modifications to organisational DNA and how sport operates. Some sports organizations are responding to this call for action by increasing their climate adaptability, action and implementing environmental sustainability practices. The central question is how does the sport organisation improve its relationship with the natural environment?

In this live exploration, a mixed panel of industry and academic keynotes will share their insight and journey of environmental sustainability and will analyse foundations and strategies of organisational change —including some of the biggest, most difficult and pressing roadblocks and challenges. Following our speakers, we invite you to join us in an engaging discussion about your own journeys, contribute your insights, share your experiences, and be part of a transformative conversation.

This is a RMIT Engaging for Impact event and is supported by the RMIT Enabling Impact Platforms, College of Design and Social Context, College of Business and Law, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, and RMIT Culture.  

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342 Swasnston Street Building 16, level 07 (Green Brain)
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
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