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OSLO (Reuters) - Golf, cricket and soccer are suffering from wetter weather linked to climate change in Britain, the nation which laid down the modern rules for the games, a study said on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The poor air quality which left players fighting for breath at Melbourne Park last week, and the extreme heat which disrupted the tournament in the past, will become the new norm if sports do not do more to address climate change, a report released on Monday said.
LONDON (Reuters) - David Pocock never shirked a challenge as Australia's rugby union team captain and he has been equally fearless when it comes to making a stand on environmental issues.
LONDON (Reuters) - Of all the sports at the Tokyo Olympics later this year none inhabit the frontline of climate change quite like surfing.
LONDON (Reuters) - Retired Formula One champion Nico Rosberg says motorsport has a positive role to play as the world seeks to combat climate change.
(Reuters) - Italian soccer club Sampdoria's midfielder Morten Thorsby has decided to wear the number 2 shirt this season to raise awareness about climate change, with the digit representing a long-term global temperature goal of the Paris Agreement.
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp is running television advertisements at the Rio Olympics to showcase its work on clean energy, a high-profile blitz as the company faces pressure over global warming in an intense year of climate politics.
COLOMBO: The Maldives faces the threat of extinction from rising sea levels, but the government said yesterday it was looking to the future with plans to build homes and a golf course that float.
LONDON (Reuters) - Cycling's governing body the UCI has signed the United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework as it continues its push to became one of the world's most environmentally friendly sports.
LONDON (Reuters) - Tucked away in the leafy Cotswold hills, English fourth-tier club Forest Green Rovers rarely make sporting headlines, but have become unlikely trailblazers for something more pressing than three points on a Saturday afternoon.