Early March 2022, La Maison du Zero Déchet (Zero Waste House) hosted the first GSHE meeting of 2022.
NEWSROOM – INFORMING THE GREEN SPORTS COMMUNITY
All the latest news from GSHE
Welcome to the library of GSHE news
This library is meant to serve the purpose of the project and in particular informing the green sports community. The intention is to provide information so that sports organisations can become greener and share common social and environmental value.
Therefore, you will find here all the articles and videos published in relation to the project and the Hub.
Two tips before you go enjoy going through news from the green sports community:
▶ To ease your browsing, the articles are sorted by date of publication(from the latest to the oldest).
▶ For the same reason, we have “Categorized” the articles per thematic. You can easily access all the articles linked to one thematic by clicking on the theme of your choice (see the “green” indication just below the article picture).
While articles and videos are primarily produced by the partnership, the library is also open to you. So feel free to get in touch with the Hub if you would like to share some information with the wider community.
Enjoy your read!
Note: While this project has been funded with support from the European Commission, all resources introduced here reflect the views only of the author and the GSHE partenrship.
Latest Articles informing the green sports community
Recently conducted by the partnership
Discover some of the key elements of the GSHE IO 2 – Survey report on existing barriers to sustainability in sport.
On the occasion of the first hybrid meeting for GSHE, Green Sports Hub Europe partners came together at home of European Volleyball.
The Surfrider Europe community, founded in 1990, has always felt a strong need to preserve its sporting DNA.
The Green Sport Hub Europe has been launched in January 2021. Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, its is driven by 10 partners.