CUP26 – a football tournament for climate change

Supported by 49 Premier League and EFL clubs, the competition has been launched to help encourage fans to pick up more sustainable habits

Spurs v Chelsea – ‘world’s first’ major net zero football match

The Premier League fixture will be supported by COP26 and Sky – looking to raise awareness for climate change within the game and urge supporters to take action

Which Premier League team emits the most carbon?

A new report has collated the data of the distances travelled by last season’s teams and calculated the emissions this has produced in the past five years – who comes out on top?

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

Spurs defender Eric Dier talks sustainability and spuds

Tottenham Hotspur’s Eric Dier has been growing his own vegetables and promoting sustainability for a better future

VivoPower and Spurs partner to accelerate the club’s net zero aims

The partnership follows Spurs’ recent accolade of becoming the Premier League’s greenest club

Tottenham Hotspur has been named Premier League’s greenest football club

The North London football club has topped the 2020 Premier League Sustainability Table

Tottenham Hotspur spurs energy upgrades at new stadium

The installation of smart and efficient energy systems aims to optimise power use at the facility

Tottenham earn their spurs with 14% energy saving

North London football giants Tottenham Hotspur, has announced a major saving of 14% of their energy emissions, which equates to a reduction of more than 400 tonnes of carbon in a year. Working in conjunction with the 10:10 scheme, which aims to help organisations cut their carbon emissions by 10% each year, the Champions league […]