Sport's pathway to net zero
Earlier this year, Forest Green retained their title as the most sustainable club in the English Football League (EFL). They achieved a perfect score of 24, even outscoring their closest Premier League rivals, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
While Forest Green’s success is admirable, work still needs to be done across the remainder of the pyramid. Sports Positive, who conducted the survey, scored up to 24 across several metrics, including the use of sustainable energy, how transport facilities mitigated scope 3 emissions and water efficiency. Of the 66 clubs assessed (6 of the EFL’s members declined to take part), only 12 scored even managed to score half of the maximum total, 12.
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