Having participated in a couple of seminars about mass participation events with organisers, this is a mega post about how events might redevelop to future proof themselves by blending how blending whatever they do with environmental concerns; and how participants and volunteers need to adapt to reduce spreading a virus especially in a pandemic.
This is my final event for the year. This time I was in charge of the sustainability, as much as the organisers would cautiously allow....
An interview with Charlotte Mei about sustainability in a marathon
Nice-Cannes is the first large road marathon in the world to go partial cupless with the aim to go completely cupless next year. Blog post on observations and recording my own feelings and performance.
The Nice-Cannes expo has truly in my opinion been far more sustainable in their actions than many large marathons. This included using technology for those flyers that are normally in the bag + the reduction of cups and sponges + more .....
Nice-Cannes marathon is breaking the Norm....
The adventures of riding to Woldingham Marathon o convince the organiser to pledge to be cupless in his 3 events next uear. Way to go Gaz 🙂
Broken stuff is normally costly to fix. But repair cafes on the other hand will change your mind
This is little bit about the Plym Trail Marathon and more about compostable items
This is a diary account of what happened at the Singapore Marathon