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#SEAMoreDoMore: Protecting our {West Coast} Eagles, Lord’s {Cricket Ground}, and {Western} Australians.

Sport is joy, triumph, pain, tears, losses, wins, thrills, and all things important to us.  It gives for our joy today, and it can give us joy for our tomorrow by protecting our clean future.
By protecting our {clean} future, we protect our beloved {West Coast} eagles, our Lord’s {cricket ground}, and all {Western} Australians.
We are […]

#SEAMoreDoMore: The Tale of two MCC’s, preserving 200 years of cricket history for 200+ years into its clean future

The Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) will co-host a public lecture with Climate Reality, entitled: ‘The Tale of Two MCCs: Melbourne and Marylebone’
We will uncover the journeys of the two MCCs; Melbourne Cricket Club and Marylebone Cricket Club in mitigating our changing climate.
We are pleased to present Dr Russell Seymour, Chairman of the British Association of Sustainability […]

Australian Geographic: ‘We can’t play when our fields are flooded’ – How climate change will impact sport in Australia

The Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) has featured in a recent article from Australian Geographic investigating how ‘human-caused climate change could change the way we play and enjoy sport this century’.

SEA Executive Director, Dr Sheila Nguyen, contributed to the article and provided her thoughts on what the future might hold for local sport.

See what Sheila had to say […]

Scotch College joins Sports Environment Alliance as its first Foundation School Member

The Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) network continues to grow following today’s announcement that Scotch College will join the Alliance as its newest member.

Founded in 1851, Scotch College is the oldest continuing secondary school in Victoria. Blessed by the foresight and generosity of those who have gone before, Scotch College recognises a responsibility to well manage […]

West Coast Eagles flying high in sport sustainability space as part of the Sports Environmental Alliance

Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is pleased to welcome the West Coast Eagles to its sport organisation network. 

On the back of its successful launch of the ‘Rethink Your Waste’ campaign, the West Coast Eagles have expanded their commitment to environmental sustainability and waste management by joining the SEA family.

In the face of a waste epidemic in Western […]

Summersalt Gymnastics & Sports Environment Alliance to provide springboard to a clean economy

Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is pleased to present Summersalt Gymnastics as the latest organisation to join the SEA sport organisation network.

Summersalt Gymnastics offers children of Bass Coast and beyond the launch pad to skyrocket in gymnastics and life in a fun and safe way.

As the first gymnastics organisation to join the SEA family, Summersalt Gymnatics […]

Yinnar Football & Netball Club commits to the Sports Environment Alliance

Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is excited to announce the Yinnar Football & Netball Club as the latest member of its sports organisation network.

The Yinnar Football & Netball Club plays in the Mid Gippsland Football League and the Mid Gippsland Netball Association. Known as the ‘Magpies’, Yinnar fields seven football teams and eight netball teams and […]

Annual #SEAChangeSolutions Awards

The Sports Environment Alliance proudly invites you to take part in the annual #SEAChangeSolutions Awards.

The awards will recognise sports clubs, venues, facilities and organising bodies that make remarkable efforts to minimise their environmental impact, make their sports more sustainable and act as environmental stewards to ensure that we continue to have spaces and places to play.

For further information or […]

YMCA Victoria joins the Sports Environment Alliance family

Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) is pleased to announce YMCA Victoria as the newest member of its sport organisation network committed to making a positive impact on the environment.

YMCA Victoria is a community not-for-profit organisation that has served the Victorian community since 1853. With around 8,000 staff and volunteers, YMCA Victoria delivers a variety of community services at […]