15th EFDN Conference – Greenfoot: Crowdfunding and Sustainability in Sports

15th EFDN Conference – Greenfoot: Crowdfunding and Sustainability in Sports

The next ten years will determine if we meet the 1.5 degree global warming target or not. Sustainable actions in football can have a massive positive impact on the environment. Perhaps most importantly, clubs and associations can inspire their fans and community to take action alongside them. A major tool for teaming up directly with fans and community members is crowdfunding. This presentation describes the current status of crowdfunding in sports and details large-scale sustainability actions in football that are being pursued through publicly funded projects.

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