Positive Impact has teamed up with AISTS, a not-for-profit foundation created by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), to provide an E-learning course to help sports events to go green.

“The Sport Sustainability course uses the ISO 20121 framework and is an important learning tool for event planners specialising in this area,” David Stubbs, head of sustainability at London 2012, said. “It represents another important strand of the Olympic legacy.”

The entire programme can be completed online at www.sport-sustainability.com or individual module access can be purchased. Once acquired, the user has three months to complete that particular part. 

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Positive Impact has teamed up with AISTS, a not-for-profit foundation created by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), to provide an E-learning course to help sports events to go green.

“The Sport Sustainability course uses the ISO 20121 framework and is an important learning tool for event planners specialising in this area,” David Stubbs, head of sustainability at London 2012, said. “It represents another important strand of the Olympic legacy.”

The entire programme can be completed online at www.sport-sustainability.com or individual module access can be purchased. Once acquired, the user has three months to complete that particular part. 

Poll

Which major UK festivals are you planning on attending this year?