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British Swimming is looking for insights to help shape its approach to environmental sustainability.

Sport is directly impacted by the environment, whether that is poor air or water quality, or extreme weather events, storms and flooding or heat that is causing all range of sporting events and activities to be cancelled.

The sports body believes it has a responsibility to protect the environment and wants to take action on topics that fans and stakeholders care about.

British Swimming is reaching out to the community and passionate supporters of its athletes, teams and sports, getting them to fill out this Environmental Sustainability survey, which closes on 31 May.

The responses will be used to help shape the focus of its environmental sustainability action plan and vision. 

Source: British Swimming

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