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nick roberts 18h
Lake discovered 11,000ft high in the Alps, in 'truly alarming' sign of climate change
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Sports Environment Alliance Jul 15
Hear from our proud speaking about the positive influence sport can have on our environment. 🎥 WATCH ☀️🌍🌿
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Sharni Layton May 11
Keeping in mind has backed Netball since 2003 🤷‍♀️ What are you doing for the environment and climate change ?
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Yelero-Chimborazo May 24
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Sports Environment Alliance Jun 17
's Asia Pacific Championships kick off on the Gold Coast today! work tirelessly with all their 1,850 clubs Australia wide, to make bowls 'greener.' 🌿 🌍☀️
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Sports Environment Alliance Jun 14
A typical passenger vehicle emits on average 4.6 metric tonnes of CO2 each year! What better reason to start walking/riding into work? Get the exercise you need AND save the environment? Sounds good to us!
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Sports Environment Alliance Jul 11
We would like to wish all the best in Australia's Netball World Cup campaign that gets underway tomorrow.👏 🌍☀️🌿
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A Bella Life Jul 16
doesn’t discriminate who it impacts & disadvantaged communities are being impacted. Sport can stand for equality, again, bring strategy, humanity, gritt & be a clear voice for
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Sports Environment Alliance Jun 22
The is coming up next month July 23-25. SEA is honoured to have the opportunity to present at such a collective sports event and embrace the opportunities that are offered in the world of sport! ⚽️🏀🎾 🌍☀️
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Greg Dingle Feb 14
Am looking forward to attending the Congratulations to Sheila Nguyen and the team for making Australian sport green!
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A Bella Life Jul 13
Awesome, again, . Sport can influence billions of fans to change attitudes and generate one player, one team at a time. Let’s see all sport adopt and start a movement
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The Sport Ecology Group Apr 22
is a terrifying and very real hashtag. The sport sector could have a climate change problem, but is also has the opportunity to be a .
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Jason McCurry Jun 17
Great night tonight at our Club Development workshop on eliminating single use plastics within local sporting clubs. Thanks Sheila from for presenting to our clubs
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Peter Clinton Dec 2
Not many asking the questions Margot, but the trends are pretty clear & we can see likely impacts. Check out & Ambassador for work using sport to help raise awareness of climate change & improved sustainability
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Sharni Layton May 2
Replying to @tudorgrrrl
We have 12 years to reverse (some of) the damage we have done to this earth. The UK have already released a climate emergency. There is no greater cost than this planet -
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Making Enviro News Mar 24
Extra! Extra! read all about it in today's issue of . Today's Editor's pick-'Worn, uneven, flooded: young people need better to get out and play' via
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Paul Sinclair Mar 4
Does have a plan to mitigate the threats from climate damage to cricket & cricketers? Does it support oz reducing climate pollution?
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Making Enviro News Feb 17
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Making Enviro News Mar 18
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Sharni Layton Jun 4
Climate week in Brisbane, taking actions into our own hands
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