Towards a One Planet Olympics is a social network that has been created by BioRegional and WWF-UK to stimulate discussion and learning about how far London 2012 has achieved its aim of delivering a sustainable Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Whether you've been involved in building the venues, been a spectator at the Games, or you're just an interested onlooker we'd love to hear your views about how far London 2012 has moved towards a One Planet Olympics. So join in the discussion now!
Sue Riddlestone, BioRegional's CEO, writes on the publication of "Towards a One Planet Olympics Revisited" that London 2012 has succeeded in being the most sustainable summer Olympics of modern times. Read more here.
As someone who was involved in writing the original strategy in 2004-5 and who has been a critical friend and helpful supporter of London 2012 for nine years you could say I have a vested interest in…Continue
Interesting read from WWF and Bioregional but let's not fall into the trap of being too British and focusing on the negative about the 'Greenest Games ever'.If we take a step back and think about…Continue
The London 2012 promise was that all spectators would travel to venues by public transport, walking or cycling.How did they do? Reply to this discussion to have your say.Continue
The London 2012 promise was that zero waste target would be a pivotal procurement driver.How did they do? Reply to this discussion to have your say.Continue