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About the SEG's Earth Day Series

The Sport Ecology Group was founded in early 2019 and launched on Earth Day (April 22) 2019. 

Each year, to celebrate the anniversary of our group's work and to enrich our knowledge-sharing efforts, we host an online series of panels and workshops.

This year, we're pleased to partner with the Green Sports Alliance, EcoAthletes, and The Sustainability Report to bring you our events! All are free. Learn more and register below.











April 10th at 1pm EST / 6pm BST / 7pm CET

Making The Pass From Research To Practice In Sport Sustainability

hosted by / in collaboration with Green Sports Alliance


Register here


SEG-affiliated speakers include: Dr. Jonathan Casper (North Carolina State University), Dr. Jessica Murfree (University of Cincinnati), and Ben Mole (doctoral researcher at Loughborough University London)









April 19th at 11am EST / 4pm BST / 5pm CET

Athlete-Activist Summer: What's in store for Paris 2024 and beyond?

in collaboration w/ EcoAthletes


Register here


SEG-affiliated speakers include: Dr. Madeleine Orr (University of Toronto)


22 April


Earth Day!


To celebrate Earth Day and the SEG’s fifth birthday, we're choosing to unplug and encourage you spend time in nature. Post your outdoor adventures with #Outside4EarthDay


April 26th at 10am EST / 3pm BST / 4pm CET on April 26

The Earth Month Research Roundup

in collaboration with The Sustainability Report / The Sustainability Huddle


No registration needed, but must be on The Sustainability Huddle platform (it's free!)


SEG-affiliated speakers include: Dr. Ugo Arbieu (Paris-Saclay University), Dr. Walker Ross (University of Edinburgh), and Josie Traberg (doctoral researcher at Norwegian School of Sport Sciences)

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Support the SEG

The Sport Ecology Group is a fiscally sponsored non-profit. 

Our team works on a volunteer basis to deliver new SEG content, events, resources and research on a regular basis. We offer our events and resources for free, with the goal of advancing climate action in the sport sector.

Please consider making a donation to help us keep our resources and events free and frequent.


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