8th December 2011, 12.30pm - 1.30pm, BRASS meeting room, 55 Park Place
In the UK, football is the highest profile and most popular sport; Football is now very much big business with huge investment from wealthy individuals and firms mostly with one thing in mind, profit. As well as having significant economic impacts, the sport has many social and environmental sustainability impacts. Sport is not immune to the contemporary responsibilities of protecting the natural environment and contributing positively to society.
This talk presents an overview of the results of a BRASS project investigating how football clubs address issues of social and environmental sustainability. Key questions are - what key barriers do clubs face in terms of addressing social and environmental sustainability and do football clubs have a strategic approach to sustainability?
For more information please visit the BRASS website www.brass.cf.ac.uk
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Please note, this event has been rescheduled from December 1st)
This event forms part of the BRASS 'brown bag' briefings
The ‘brown bag’ briefings are a series of mini seminars to learn about new BRASS research, where you bring your own lunch and enjoy some food for thought!
The briefings are designed to encourage meaningful conversations and the exchange of ideas in an informal setting.
Free to attend and open to all
No refreshments will be provided