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2024 Olympic Games in Paris sports for change

💚 for leveraging the power of athlets coming together in Paris next summer. Who can share inspiration in their countries 🌏🤝🏼 🗨Tony Estanguet, the president of the Olympic games 2024 searches for solutions. He thinks the Olympic model has to change and sport can play a major role to inspire people. The collective event brings people together. Paris can change the image of the games. (ZDF Studio Reportage 16. April 2023) Voices @ChangeNow in Paris 2023 🗨 Georgina Grenon the director of excellence for the Olympic games presents the principle: Use less, do better, for longer. Imagine 800.000 peaces of furniture. Principle: Use less, do better, for longer. - Second life of materials - Choose Eco-design. - Renting furniture instead of buying. In the 🏊‍♂️ swimming arena people will sit on chairs from local upcycled plastic ♻️ - Eco-design of the packaging. - Collaborate with Stakeholders on the Olympics to deal with their waste from airport to the event location. ➡️Measure packing reduced & recycled. 🗨 James Wilks film producer, activist & athlete advocated for sustainable food & protein choices at the ChangeNow Sports for Change event. 🥦💪🏾 James Wilks presented the Game changer institute for nutricious plant based food. The Game Changers Institute (GCI) is an inclusive research, educational and advocacy platform that promotes plant-forward nutrition in order to help improve personal performance, advance public health, support social justice and protect the environment. They also serve as a science-based nexus for organizations, institutions, foundations and other stakeholders aligned with this mission. Source: World for Climate App 🌏🤝🏼 May 25th 2023

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    • We Don't Have Time

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      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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        The 2024 Olympic Games in Paris are positioned as a platform for sports to drive positive change. Tony Estanguet, the president of the Olympic Games 2024, recognizes the need for a shift in the Olympic model and sees sports as a powerful tool to inspire people globally. The emphasis is on leveraging the collective event to bring people together and change the image of the games. Initiatives include principles like "Use less, do better, for longer," focusing on sustainability in various aspects, from furniture and packaging to waste management. Voices like Georgina Grenon and James Wilks highlight the importance of eco-design, upcycling, and sustainable food choices, contributing to a more environmentally conscious Olympic Games.

        • Princess

          17 w

          This has the potential to ignite positive transformations and unite people worldwide through the universal language of sports. 🌐🏆

          • George Kariuki

            17 w

            The idea of using the Olympics as a platform for inspiration and change on a global scale is powerful.

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