EYOF 2022 sustainable, green recommendations
EYOF Banská Bystrica 2022 is a big international event. Today green measures should absolutely be a part of all events, not just sports. By following the ‘green ten’ you will help save the natural resources of our planet, but an even more important step is to promote them among your loved ones, or to schools and groups. Awareness of climate change and environmental protection is essential. To change, you need to know the facts because awareness brings interest and interest brings change. Read more...
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make“
Enjoy nature by walking, car-sharing, shuttle or public transportation instead of using individual transportation.
Transportation accounts for about 64% of global oil consumpton, 27% of all energy use, and 23% of the world’s energy-related CO2 emissions.
Plug out all of the unnecessary electric devices. Give them a rest.
Standby mode is responsible for 1% of worldwide CO2 emissions.
Don't be a punk, and recycle your junk.
Every year we dump a massive 2 billions tons of waste.
Use your own bottle, may it become your best friend too. Drink tap water!
Consumers around the world purchase almost 1 million plastic bottles every MINUTE.
It is always better to turn around twice than throw it all at once. Don‘t waste food!
Around the world, we waste 41 tons of food every SECOND.
But, water doesn't need training. Give it a break.
While washing your teeth with the water on, you waste 18 litres of water.
Be a modern vampire. Become a sustainable vegan. You can be the ONE. Choose the good ONE.
Eating a vegan diet can reduce your carbon footprint by 73%.
If you are so good at sports try to be that good at quick showering.
1 minute shower = 9 litres water
Turn off the lights when it is bright, like on a tennis court at noon.
We spend 10% of our electricity bills on lighting.
Try to do something drastic, and cut the plastic!
1,500 plastic bottles are thrown away every SECOND.