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LONDON (Reuters) - The Williams Formula One team have pledged to be climate positive by 2030 and be the "pace-setter for sustainability in global motorsport" as part of a new strategy revealed on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin said he will ensure 3,000 trees are planted for every victory by his team over the rest of the season to highlight the need to tackle climate change.
(Reuters) - The governing body of athletics aims to become carbon neutral by 2030, it said on Tuesday, recognising that the sport has a significant environmental footprint.
TOKYO (Reuters) - When the world's top athletes meet in Tokyo for the Olympics in July, they'll be spending some of their downtime in a communal space built mostly out of reusable timber.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Hydrogen will be used for the first time to power the Olympic torch during its journey through Japan, organisers said on Monday, as part of Tokyo 2020's efforts to hold an environmentally friendly Games.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Athletes competing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will sleep on bed frames made from recyclable cardboard, with mattresses formed of polyethylene materials that will be reused for plastic products after the Games.
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - European football's governing body UEFA said it will plant 600,000 trees across 12 countries as part of its commitment to offset carbon emissions from travel to next year's expanded European Championships but conceded it may have to do more.
(Reuters) - Hoffenheim have taken steps to go carbon neutral this season by offsetting "unavoidable CO2 emissions" through an initiative that plants trees in Uganda's Kikonda Forest, the Bundesliga club has said.
DOHA: Is it worth the money to host major sporting events?
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo's taxi industry is undergoing some radical changes as Japan, already dealing with unprecedented levels of tourism, gears up to host two major sporting events in the next 26 months.