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The GSHE website will offer a huge amount of information. It brings advice on how to get to your organisations on road to a greener future.
From the GSHE Intellectual Outputs to Infographics, you will find here what you were looking for.
Access to this information is available to all and for free.
State of play
The two outputs brought together under this State of Play were developed during the first part of the project in 2021.
They include collection, analysis and sharing of good practices. Most importantly, as the project’s initial groundwork to identify/set key indicators, they link to the practical experimentation to be conducted in 2022 and 2023.
IO 1 - Mapping of existing initiatives (tools and standards)
This tool provides a mapping of current resources, strategies and initiatives on the state and status of green sport organisations. In particular, it includes states policy, policy recommendations, target established and guidance produced.
This is a fundamental output of the project as it highlights key learnings and indicators.
IO 2 - Survey report on survey on existing barriers
This report explores the current barriers facing sport to implement green sport strategy and use existing tools. It does so by providing the results of a wide consulting with sports stakeholders. This consultation took the form of the GSHE survey on sustainability carried out by ukactive and the partnership from July to October 2021.
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Capacity Building tools
During the second phase of the project, the partnership will develop and test a comprehensive set of capacity-building tool. This shall form a matrix for change for sport organisations and events. This matrix will focus on identifying the sports sector needs and potential actions for a greener and more sustainable future.
IO 3 - The Green Sports Self-assesment tool
This tool – to be developed and tested in 2022- will enable sport organisations to understand the impact of their events and activities. It will make them aware of their starting line on the road to greener sport.
Brief overview: The self-assessment tool will be a list of guided questions. Sports organisations answering the tool will receive an evaluation profile and some recommendations.
IO 4 - The Green Sport playbook
This tool – to be developed and tested in 2022 alongside IO 3- will provide generic guidance to sport organisations -based on their self-assessment profile- on 3 different areas.
Brief overview: The Guidance provided in the Playbook may take different formats: from Check-box list to Series of webinars or Toolkit. This will ensure it is best suited to the areas and the level of development of each organisation.
This last phase of the project will enable the partnership to conduct large-scale valorisation activities. This will take the form of up-skilling and capacity-building activities targeting partners’ network. In addition, the partnership will produce key elements to ensure the project legacy. This may include a strategy for further use of the tools, a Plan for concrete set up of the Hub, a Pledge board.
IO 5 - Recommendations for Policy and decision makers
Partners will develop key recommendations for policy and decisions makers based on the review and mapping study as well as initial testing of the Toolkit. Those key recommendations will be co-built with a large ring of sports stakeholders outside the partnership.
This tool contributes to the main aim of the project. Indeed it will equip policy makers and sport organisations decision makers with guidance and principles whose implementation supports the build-up of sustainable and greener sport.
IO6 - The European Green Sports Charter
Building on the learning of the first two year of the project, the Charter will take the form of a pledge.
This Pledge will introduce key elements and commitment of “green” oriented sport organisations.
As per the project timeline, partners will launch the pledge on the occasion of the Green Sports Hub Europe final event.
IO 7 - The Green Sports Hub Europe Transferability and Legacy Plan
Learning from the pilot testing, the project partners will seek out a proactive position to be able to drive the future use of the Green Sports Hub Europe tools.
The transferability and Legacy Plan will therefore embed project’ recommendations and proposed nurturing approach for faster and more effective implementation outside the partnership.