This session was led by Matthew Cappelli, Touchline’s director and founder of The Sustainability Report. He explains how a holistic focus on sustainability can make a sports organisation more robust, better governed, and more likely to grow fanbases and commercial opportunities. Reflecting on contemporary research and inspiring case studies, this webinar will explain why environmental sustainability should be at the heart of every club's, league's and federation's strategic roadmap.
This session was led by BASIS Communications Director Dom Goggins in conversation with Mike Tipton MBE, Professor of Human and applied Physiology based in the Extreme Environmental Laboratory at the University of Portsmouth. Mike is the leading expert and commentator on stress-testing human physiology. They ran through the way heat at the Olympics was being reported, what climate change means for sport, and whether climate change negotiators can take inspiration from the athletes in Tokyo.
This webinar covers an overview of Southampton Football Club's journey to The Halo effect from when they first decided to explore ways to reduce their environmental impact, and the path that then took them on over the next 18 months to developing and launching a completely holistic sustainability strategy, 'The Halo Effect' in 2021.
Grassroots sport has been back for a month. Hear from those who have brought sport back to us, and experiences of unlocking sport. hear the vital discussion about how we can help grassroots sport become more sustainable. How can recreational clubs reduce carbon emissions? What role can technology play? What more can National Governing Bodies do to help accelerate change?
This webinar focuses on sportswear and equipment within the game of Cricket. But has a wider context for sports and athletic wear and sporting equipment. We cover design, manufacture, materials and supply chains to open the dialogue for awareness and understanding of the environmental & social impacts. The speakers discuss the next steps which could be taken by the sector to address the issue collaboratively.
Social responsibility – how are we addressing ethics, value and human rights in sports and sporting events? And is it working? This webinar focussed on the world of sports and human rights and how they can come together to achieve positive change in the lives of people and society as a whole.
Join Jonathan Overend and Dom Goggins for a special session about the ground-breaking Emergency On Planet Sport podcast series. Hear about the project's origins and production before going in depth on the risk climate change poses to sport, and how the power of sport can be a game changer. Also features Sky Sports' David Garrido, British Rower Melissa Wilson and BASIS' Russell Seymour
This session was led by Phil Horton, Environment and Sustainability Manager at the RYA and BASIS Management Board member. He took us through the sustainability strategy implemented by the RYA and how the approach was developed, how the strategy has been received, and how the RYA is continuing to develop along its sustainability journey.
Russell Seymour and Dom Goggins present the results of BASIS' Build Back Better consultation, launched during the initial COVID-19 lockdown to help the sport sector think through how to seize the opportunity of a pause in operations to reflect and chart the course to a more sustainable future. .
Dan Epstein, Eva Macnamara, Jonathan Platt and Vicky Aston discuss the practical implementation of low carbon solutions in sport. How can the professional and amateur sport use sustainable design to move towards Net Zero? What are the funding, planning and policy implications?
Sport affects, and is affected by, profound environmental, social and economic issues. It also has huge power to effect change. BASIS' flagship Certification Scheme helps you to work out how - and put your organisation on the road to sustainability.
BASIS' Dom Goggins in conversation with football writer David Goldblatt and climate expert Andrew Simms to discuss the impact of climate change on sport, their Playing Against The Clock report, and the work of The Rapid Transition Alliance.
Lord Deben, Chair of the Climate Change Committee talks sport, sustainability and climate change with Dom Goggins, BASIS Communications DIrector. A lively and enlightening discussion.
WImbledon is the pinnacle of the tennis calendar.. With the 2020 Championships cancelled, we hear from Justin Smith, Head of Estate Development, and Hattie Park, Sustainability Manager, about their work to make the All England Club the pinnacle of sustainability in sport. The All England Club are proud members of BASIS.
The Football Association, England Hockey and the ECB discuss discuss the benefits of synthetic turf surfaces, including recycling and their end of life. A lively debate involving Notts Sports, SportsLabs, Tencate Grass and Re-Match, 4global and Tudor Grange Academies Trust.
Matt Kabir Floyd speaks to Clare Conner, Managing Director of the Womens Game at the ECB and Lauren Smith, England and and GB Badminton international, about the role sport has to play in society. From the impact of Black Lives Matter on sport, to improving health and social outcomes, they discuss how to drive lasting change.
How will sport be unlocked after the pandemic? A group of experts from the supply industries discuss the changes and adaptations that will be required and how it might look to re-stage sport in the coming months and years. How can we strive to deliver sustainable sports events?
How do we ensure that the message of sustainability continues to be at the forefront of sport's thinking when we emerge from the pandemic? Can it help to embed sustainable practices into match day delivery? Dom Goggins, Communications Director for BASIS leads a discussion on a new message for sport and how it can be rolled out.
Concluding the BASIS series of 12 webinars, this focuses on a number of highlights, hearing from groups and organisations that have their own sustainability stories to tell. The R&A on their ground-breaking Golf Course 2030 project, as well as the work of both the Extinction Rebellion Cricket Club and Planet Earth Games. Participants share their own sustainability stories. The webinar discusses the best ideas and starts to map out the future for sustainability in sport.