The Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) has featured in a recent article from Australian Geographic investigating how ‘human-caused climate change could change the…
The Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) network continues to grow following today’s announcement that Scotch College will join the Alliance as…
West Coast Eagles flying high in sport sustainability space as part of the Sports Environmental Alliance
Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is pleased to welcome the West Coast Eagles to its sport organisation network.
Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is pleased to present Summersalt Gymnastics as the latest organisation to join the SEA sport organisation network.
Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is excited to announce the Yinnar Football & Netball Club as the latest member of its sports organisation network.
Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is pleased to announce YMCA Victoria as the newest member of its sport organisation network committed to making a positive impact on the environment.
The Australian Climate Institute has released a report warning that the health of sportsmen and women is now at risk because of climate change.
Sport is characterised by contradictions, conflicts and hypocrisies that simultaneously speak to growing awareness, positive action and hope in terms of environmental awareness and sustainability.
After speaking with Sheila Nguyen, the visionary, “won’t take no for an answer”-type Executive Director of the Sports Environment Alliance (SEA), the organization leading the charge Down Under, I am confident that the Green-Sports movement is in great hands.
Sports powerbroker Malcolm Speed AO and former CEO Andrew Demetriou believe the time could be right to relaunch the AFL's green themed round.