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Skiers seek climate change moves: 'The seasons have shifted'

Overall World Cup winners Mikaela Shiffrin , Federica Brignone and Aleksander Aamodt Kilde are among nearly 200 athletes from multiple disciplines who have signed a letter addressed to the International Ski and Snowboard Federation demanding action over climate change .

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How Qatar keeps its world cup stadiums cool enough for everyone

A mechanical engineer at Qatar University used giant tanks of cold water to create a cooling system in one of the hottest places on the planet.
For Qatar, the challenge of a ‘carbon neutral’ World Cup

For Qatar, the challenge of a ‘carbon neutral’ World Cup

Environmentalists have pointed to numerous flaws in Qatar’s, and FIFA’s, approach to “net zero.”
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Climate change is another headache for cricket, says ICC chair

A World Cup that began with controversies over sponsors on a carbon footprint basis has ended with an admission by the global body’s chair Greg Barclay that climate change is adding to complications for tournament organisers.

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How bad is football for the environment?
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How bad is football for the environment?

In which we discover the most environmentally-friendly way to watch the World Cup.
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Sausages inflate World Cup carbon budget
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Sausages inflate World Cup carbon budget

Some climate change research is enlightening, some alarming, some baffling – and some, on soccer and sausages, might seem a little bizarre.

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