After a hiatus of two years the IOC has once again published a number of sustainability case studies. The papers are to highlight the valuable work that is being done in many organisations and encouraged by the IOC.


The documents aim to share the valuable information that lies within the community of sports organisations connected with the Olympic movement. Sustainability is one of the three pillars of Olympic Agenda 2020 alongside credibility and youth. In line with its recommendations, the IOC has developed a Sustainability Strategy. Based on the responsibility of the IOC as an organization, as the owner of the Olympic Games, and as the leader of the Olympic Movement, it focuses on infrastructure and natural sites, sourcing and resource management, mobility, workforce, and climate (

The 21 cases are diverse ranging from sustainability strategies to athlete and fan activation concepts. Just over half of the cases are by sport federations or collaborations between them and the other half by National Olympic Committees. The cases also include a summary of the IFF path towards sustainability. The IFF is closely following the development of the Carbon Fibre Circular Alliance project which is developing carbon fibre circularity, also a potential solution for recycling broken floorball sticks.




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