22 Feb Full Line Up for Sustainability Seminar Revealed For Healthy Stadia Conference 2013
Final Details Revealed for Sustainability Seminar Hosted by British Association for Sustainable Sport
We are very pleased to announce full details for the afternoon sustainability seminar between 1.40 and 4.00pm to feature at the European Healthy Stadia Conference on 21st March at Etihad Stadium Manchester.
Sustainability, Sport and Health Seminar – in association with BASIS, the British Association for Sustainable Sport
BASIS seeks to share information, facilitate collaboration and integrate sustainable development principles into all aspects of professional and grass roots sport and to use the power of sport to educate the public about sustainability issues. In this session speakers will discuss a range of environmental, economic and social issues from reducing the carbon footprint of BBC Sport’s outside broadcast unit, the environmental management of Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium, through to the Aviva Stadium’s promotion of active travel routes. The session will conclude with a Q&A session.
1340-1350 Introduction from BASIS
Russell Seymour, Chair BASIS and MCC Sustainability Manager
Brief introduction to sustainability and sport and to the British Association for Sustainable Sport (BASIS)
1350-1410 Millennium Stadium (Cardiff)
Darren Crossman, Facilities Manager: Presentation on sustainability at the Welsh national Stadium, the first venue in Great Britain to achieve certification to the BS 8901 standard.
1410-1430 Closed Loop Recycling
Peter Goodwin, UK Country Manager: Waste Management and recycling at sports venues
1430-1450 Aviva Stadium (Dublin)
Deidre O’Sullivan, Operations Coordinator: Encouraging active travel to major sports events
1450-1510 England and Wales Cricket Board
Bruce Cruse, National Facilities Manager: Sustainability initiatives at grass roots sports clubs
Richard Smith, Sustainable Production Manager BBC and Alison Castle, Production Manager BBC Sport: A unique insight into sustainability issues and carbon footprint reduction within the context of outside sports broadcasting
1540-1555 Questions to the Panel
1555-1600 Final Summing Up