We know that we are not alone in our dream or our mission.
We believe in the positive transformative power of sports.
We are not alone in this belief, and applaud the already existing initiatives, partners and projects that have already contributed to this mission. But we want to do more, we want to be the spark from which new initiatives can grow. We welcome new ideas and inspiring people who share our values into making this change, together.
What inspires us
We know that we are not alone in our dream or our mission. May inspiring individuals have preceded us in integrating sustainability and sports and showing what is possible. Here you will find a number of initiatives and people that we find inspiring.
Have we missed something? Tell us! We want this to be a place of sharing great examples of positive change.
Our mission in making the Games more sustainable is large. Large missions and dreams require collaboration, and therefore we are happy to partner with like-minded and complementary organizations in order to work towards achieving our mission.
Are you interested in becoming an Olympact partner? Contact us for more information.
The Circular Economy paradigm is fortunately not entirely new to the Olympic Games. We applaud a number of projects that have already been completed, and share the positive examples in order to inspire and ignite change.
Have we missed something? Please tell us, so that we can add to this portfolio of inspiring examples.
Organisers of the Los Angeles Olympic bid for 2024 cemented the sustainability credentials of the project, confirming that only existing, already planned, or temporary venues will be used should they…
At a reported $ 51 billion, the Sochi Olympics could be the most expensive games in history. CBS news made up the balance in 2014. Read more here about their…
Arsenal’s former football stadium in London turned into Highburry Square apartments, Can we perhaps draw some inspiration from it when redesigning former Olympic buildings? Here is a list of some…
If you want to go fast, go alone, but if you want to far, go together