Green Pitch: Sky Sports to help fans make climate-conscious choices during sporting summer

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Sports fans will be given inspiration for climate actions at major events this summer. Credit: Sky Sports
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Sports fans will be given inspiration for climate actions at major events this summer. Credit: Sky Sports

Cutting single-use plastic, picking meat free food options, and using public transport will be encouraged at host of events, including Super League Magic Weekend, The Open, and the British Grand Prix

Wimbledon's Centre Court will not be the only eye-catching green element of this year's sporting summer, after Sky today launched a new campaign to encourage sport fans to take action to tackle the climate...

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