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Sport's growing carbon footprint

Text by Emmanuel VERSACE

Latest update : 2009-12-08

As world leaders meet in Copenhagen to discuss measures to curb global warming, we take a look at the impact of sport on the environment.

From the sprawling formula one circuit to global football events, sporting competitions have grown ever bigger in the new century.

As world leaders gather for the Copenhagen climate summit, FRANCE 24 looks at the sports and the events whose carbon footprint and consumption of our natural resources can no longer be ignored.



 

Date created : 2009-12-08

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