Future sports technology & next generation business insights
Sport creates countless points of contact between committed communities of fans and the teams, competitions and events they care about most. Now, with technology creating new means of interaction, and development in analytics and algorithms delivering advances in understanding huge sources of information, it is becoming possible to build up more powerful and meaningful pictures of individual supporters – and meet them on their own terms.
by Michael Long and Eoin Connolly
Where the sports industry goes next
Official partner will have the naming rights to the eVillage throughout the season.
by George Dudley
New report highlights financial benefits of green buildings.
by Michael Long
Norwegian researchers are developing a machine capable of simultaneously producing snow and heating homes, in a bid to save winter sports from the impacts of climate change.
by Climate Action
The medals presented at the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo in 2020 will be made from recycled mobile phones, reports Climate Action.
English football club Forest Green Rovers are dedicated to becoming the most sustainable football club in the world, reports Climate Action.
Charter sets out principles to ensure sporting events are sustainable.
by Nicholas Brookes
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