World Athletics runs towards carbon neutrality by 2030

The organisation aims to reduce its carbon output by 10% each year and switch to 100% renewable energy at its headquarters this year

World Athletics has committed to becoming carbon-neutral by 2030.

The international governing body for the sport of athletics has launched its sustainability strategy, which aims to reduce its carbon output by 10% each year and switch to 100% renewable energy at its headquarters this year.

The athletics association also intends to implement a sustainable travel policy reducing travel, make all sanctioned events commit to carbon neutrality targets and set and monitor air quality targets to protect runners and athletes.

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