Losing the race: Olympic sports federations accused of slow progress on environmental sustainability

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Many international sporting federations have barely left the starting blocks on their sustainability journey | Credit: iStock
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Many international sporting federations have barely left the starting blocks on their sustainability journey | Credit: iStock

A new study reveals only four Olympic-recognised International Sports Federations have implemented sustainability plans

The majority of International Federations (IFs) taking part in the Tokyo Olympic Games this summer are not in the running for any medals based on their environmental performance, according to a new report...

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