We may not know it yet, but game changer concepts such as ‘Demand Response’ and ‘Flexibility’ could be the key to decrease the amount of energy European citizens consume and optimize the resources we do have available.

The transport model is the main cause of the high environmental footprint of football events.

The findings of GreenCoach Project, co-founded by the European project Erasmus + and lead by the consultancy bureau Ecoserveis, show that the current transport model is the main cause of the high environmental footprint of football events.

‘SDG Striker’ is done through the testing of three pilots in Portugal, Scotland and Norway.

The initiative will last from January 2021 until June 2023, through local actions on energy efficiency and energy poverty, renewable energy and microplastics.

The international project ‘Greencoach’ enters its main operational phase this year.

The initiative, coordinated by Ecoserveis, aims to promote efficient management, from the point of view of environmental impact, of the sports clubs and events created by them.

Ecoserveis and the Municipality of Granollers organized a workshop at the UNFCCC COP25.

Ecoserveis and the Catalan municipality of Granollers talk about how youth can influence and contribute to climate and energy policies at the local level.

Six international volunteers from the newly formed ‘Green Team’ took part in the meeting.

The second meeting of PlayGreen's project took place in Tallinn to move forward with the aim to lower the environmental impact of sports competitions and make them more sustainable.

The project's kick-off meeting took place in Malta on 27-28 of March 2019

It aims to generate volunteering opportunities for young people focused on sport and the environment through the development of a pioneering format.

The kick-off meeting was the first time partners met to plan what will be this project.  Source: Ecoserveis

The project wants to structure and give voice to those young people willing to influence policy makers and local politics.