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Organizing Sport for Climate Related Adaptations: Lessons from the Water and Forestry Industries

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posted on 27.09.2021, 22:55 by Cheryl Mallen, Gregory DingleGregory Dingle
Sporting societies around the world are being impacted by a variety of contemporary climatic challenges. The sport management literature indicates that these impacts have disrupted sport. Some adaptations have been implemented, but a comprehensive planning framework is absent from the literature. Learning from other industries, thus, was considered, and an examination of the literature from the water and forestry industries was conducted. The examination resulted in the discovery of six key themes offering insights or practical lessons to guide sport organizations in their efforts to organize for adapting to climatic impacts.

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Publication Date

02/09/2021

Journal

Sustainability

Volume

13

Issue

18

Article Number

10462

Pagination

14 (p. 1-14)

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MDPI

ISSN

2071-1050

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