2022 年地球日:国际奥委会向 20 个体育组织颁发碳行动奖

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To mark Earth Day (22 April), some 20 major sporting organisations were presented with the IOC Carbon Action Awards, recognising efforts to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. 



The 20 organisations, which include 12 International Federations (IFs), seven National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), won the awards on the basis of detailed data and carbon reduction plans.


“We set up this award to highlight some of the important work being done within the Olympic Movement to address climate change,” said Marie Sallois, IOC Sustainability Director. “We hope that this work will further inspire the broader sports community to take urgent action on climate change and other sustainability challenges.”


Highlights of this year’s awards include the following: 


  • World Sailing has launched a circular economy demonstration project to show that carbon fibre from disused sports equipment can be used in the manufacturing process. The aim of the project is to reduce the embodied carbon footprint of sailing equipment and open up the markets for carbon fibre recycling across other sports.

  • The Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), motor sport’s governing body, has recently finalised its carbon reduction plan to cut its carbon emissions by 50 per cent by 2030, in line with the Paris Agreement. In 2021, the FIA also implemented an environmental management system certified according to ISO 14001:2015 standard.


  • World Rugby’s newly launched, comprehensive sustainability plan outlines carbon reduction up to 2030.

  • The Canadian NOC’s Toronto offices have been certified LEED Platinum and BOMA Best Platinum for their sustainability standards.

  • Spain’s NOC took all of its energy in 2020 and 2021 from renewable sources, allowing it to reduce its facility GHG emissions by almost 100 per cent.

The 12 IFs which won the award include: World Archery, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile, the International Orienteering Federation, the International Skating Union, the International Sambo Federation, World Rugby, World Sailing, the International Biathlon Union, the International Federation of Sport Climbing, the International Golf Federation, the International Canoe Federation, and the International Basketball Federation.


The seven NOCs include: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Great Britain, Ireland, Spain and Switzerland.


All of the awarded organisations are part of the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework, which supports sports entities to achieve a range of global climate-change goals, including the 50 per cent reduction of GHG emissions by 2030 at the latest, in line with the Paris Agreement. By December 2021, almost 300 sports organisations globally had signed the framework.


Launched in 2019, the IOC Carbon Action Awards – which originally formed part of the IOC-DOW Carbon Partnership – were created to inspire climate action by recognising the sustainability efforts of key sports organisations within the Olympic Movement. As part of the initiative, those IFs and NOCs that have demonstrably reduced their GHG emissions within the scope of their organisations and respective events are rewarded carbon offsets to compensate their remaining emissions.


The IOC itself has committed to becoming “climate positive”, bringing down its own direct and indirect emissions 30 per cent by 2024 and 50 per cent by 2030. More than 100 per cent of the remaining emissions will be compensated, mainly through the Olympic Forest Project, which supports reforestation and land restoration in Mali and Senegal, as part of Africa’s Great Green Wall.


From 2030, the IOC will also require all Olympic Games to be climate positive by:


  • Minimising and compensating their direct and indirect carbon emissions; and


  • Implementing lasting zero-carbon solutions for the Olympic Games and beyond.


Paris 2024 has committed to become the first Games with a positive contribution to the climate, even before the 2030 deadline.


With 95 per cent of venues pre-existing or temporary, among other measures to avoid and reduce carbon emissions, the Paris 2024 carbon footprint is expected to be half the carbon footprint of previous Olympic Summer Games. Paris 2024 will also compensate more than 100 per cent of its residual emissions and use its influence to develop long-term carbon compensation projects, becoming the world’s first Olympic and Paralympic Games with a positive contribution to the climate.


LA28 has adopted a radical reuse approach, which means it will leverage the best of Los Angeles’ iconic sports facilities and not require a single new permanent venue to be built. LA28 has committed to incorporating meaningful sustainability measures throughout its plans as it aims to set a new standard for large-scale live events.




为纪念地球日(4 月 22 日),约 20 个主要体育组织获得了国际奥委会碳行动奖,以表彰其为减少温室气体 (GHG) 排放所做的努力。



包括12个 国际单项体育联合会(IFs)、7个 国家奥委会(NOCs) 和国家奥委会协会(ANOC)在内的20个组织根据详细的数据和碳减排计划获得了奖项。
“我们设立这个奖项是为了突出奥林匹克运动内部为应对气候变化所做的一些重要工作,”国际奥委会可持续发展主任 Marie Sallois说。“我们希望这项工作将进一步激励更广泛的体育界对气候变化和其他可持续性挑战采取紧急行动。”
今年奖项的亮点包括:
●  世界帆船运动已经启动了一个循环经济示范项目,以表明来自废弃运动器材的碳纤维可以用于制造提炼。该项目的目的是减少帆船设备的碳足迹表现,并为其他运动中的碳纤维回收打开市场。
●  国际汽车联合会(FIA)赛车运动管理部门近期完成了其碳减排计划,根据《巴黎协定》到2030年将其碳排放量减少50%。2021年,FIA 还实施了通过ISO 14001:2015 标准认证的环境管理体系。
●  世界橄榄球联合会新推出了其直至2030 年的全面碳减排可持续发展计划。
 加拿大NOC多伦多办事处的可持续发展标准已获得LEED 白金级和BOMA 最佳白金级认证。
●  在2020年和2021年,西班牙国家奥委会均使用可再生能源,使其设施温室气体排放量减少了近100%。
获得该奖项的12个国际单项体育联合会包括:世界射箭联合会、国际汽车联合会、国际定向越野联合会、国际滑冰联合会、国际桑搏总会、世界橄榄球联合会、世界帆船联合会、国际冬季两项联合会、国际攀岩联合会、国际高尔夫联合会、国际皮划艇联合会和国际篮球联合会。
七个国家奥委会包括:澳大利亚、加拿大、丹麦、英国、爱尔兰、西班牙和瑞士。所有获奖组织都是联合国体育气候促进行动组的一员,该行动组支持实体体育实现一系列全球气候变化目标,包括最迟到2030 年将温室气体排放量减少50%,符合巴黎协定。到2021 年12月,全球近300个体育组织签署加入该行动组。
国际奥委会碳行动奖于2019 年推出,最初是IOC-DOW碳合作的一部分,该合作旨在通过表彰奥林匹克运动中主要体育组织的可持续发展努力,以此来激发气候行动。作为该倡议的一部分,那些在其组织和各自活动范围内明显减少温室气体排放的国际单项体育联合会和国家奥委会将获得碳补偿以补偿其剩余排放量。
国际奥委会本身已承诺成为“正定气候”,到2024年将其自身的直接和间接排放量减少 30%,到2030年减少50%。通过奥林匹克森林作为非洲绿色长城的一部分,该项目支持马里和塞内加尔的重新造林和土地恢复,其剩余排放量的100% 以上将会被抵消。
从2030年起,国际奥委会还将通过以下方式要求所有奥运会都具有气候积极性:
●  最大限度地减少和抵消其直接和间接碳排放。
  为奥运会及以后实施持久的零碳解决方案。
甚至到2030年最后期限之前,2024年巴黎奥运会就已经承诺成为第一届对气候做出积极贡献的奥运会。
由于 95% 的场馆是预先存在的或临时的,以及其他避免和减少碳排放的措施,巴黎2024年的碳足迹预计将是以往夏季奥运会碳足迹的一半。巴黎2024也将抵消100%以上的剩余排放,并利用其影响力制定长期碳抵消项目,成为世界上第一届对气候做出积极贡献的奥运会和残奥会。
洛杉矶2028 采用了激进的再利用方法,这意味着它将利用洛杉矶最好的标志性体育设施,而不需要建造一个新的永久性场馆。洛杉矶2028 致力于在其计划中纳入有意义的可持续发展措施,旨在为大型现场活动设定新标准。
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