Every single action counts in the fight against climate change and football clubs do not want to lag behind. Therefore, stadiums and teams involved in LIFE TACKLE are working towards reducing their carbon footprint.

From replacing lighting systems with better performing led to reusing rainwater to irrigate the pitch, managers are innovating to make the stadiums more sustainable. Waste generation and management are one of the main challenges when thousands of people get together in the same place.

As the Euro 2020 approaches, the European Commission and UEFA are joining forces to promote environmentally friendly initiatives in the hosting stadiums and therefore make the tournament, which will for the first time be played in 12 European countries, more sustainable.
Source: https://lifetackle.eu

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