OUR BLOG – PLATFORM TO PLAY GREEN
Gathering here all articles published during the project
Are you a sport organisation interested in learning to play green?
The aim of the Green Sports Hub project is to create an EU-level hub –as a seed for a future Alliance- on sports and environment to help the sport sector identify its needs and potential actions for a greener and more sustainable future.
We are delighted to bring you here all the articles produced as part of this 3-year project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
They appear from latest to oldest.
Green Sports Hub having a remarkable appearance during EU Green Week as the project organises a thematic workshop
As the project is entering its final months, the EU Green Week served as a perfect opportunity and occasion for Green Sports Hub to look back at the previously published tools, results and general observations and share them with a diverse audience of 50. Organised by...
Greening sports for achieving participative and contributory circular communities: skills and know-how for getting there Limited seats are available for the in-person event at the House of Scotland in Brussels on 8 June 2023. We expect to host 50+ delegates for 3...
The Green Sports Hub Europe partnership has launched a new self-assessment tool for sports organisations to understand and improve their environmental impact.
CEV has been the first of GSHE partners to organise a strategic capacity building event for its members. And surely they learnt a lot!
As the project’s Self-Assessment Tool is getting its final shape, one is certain – it is going to be a very attractive one!
Early November 2022, UKactive hosted a GSHE partners meeting in London.
On June 15 and 16, partners of the Green Sports Hub Europe (GSHE) project gathered in Brussels in-person, with some participants also joining online.
Early March 2022, La Maison du Zero Déchet (Zero Waste House) hosted the first GSHE meeting of 2022.
Discover some of the key elements of the GSHE IO 2 – Survey report on existing barriers to sustainability in sport.