Spurs aims to break record for number of people taking climate action

The football club has joined the ‘Count Us In’ campaign and is looking to encourage 140,001 of its fans to take climate action within the next month

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Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has joined the ‘Count Us In’ campaign, which aims to mobilise one billion people over the next decade in the fight against climate change.

The club has set out to achieve a Guinness World Record for the most people taking climate action within one month, looking to encourage 140,001 of its fans to do so before the 17th July.

It is incentivising its followers to cut down on waste, take greener modes of transport and eat less meat through a prize giveaway for fans who demonstrate sustainable action.

Spurs has pledged to provide the winner with a free home shirt for the upcoming season, which it claims is made from 100% recycled bottles if they help in the battle towards climate change.

 

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