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4 ways sustainable sports are becoming a thing

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Green goals ... The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are on track to be sustainable sports. Image: REUTERS/Issei Kato

Douglas Broom
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Sustainable sports are the need of the hour Image: Life Tackle
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Sustainable sports concept was followed at Tokyo Olympics Image: Tokyo 2020

Horse jumping as a sustainable sports Image: Helsinki International Horse Show

Forest Green Rovers’ new stadium will be built from sustainable local timber in line with the concept of sustainable sports Image: Ecotricity

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