You are submitting an entry for the following award:
Sport for the Environment Award
STOP: Before you enter, read the below in full!
The entry process is four steps.
Step 1: Read the criteria, download the entry form (below) and complete it. Do not
continue the process below until you have finished this step.
Step 2: Fill out the below information, which will be shown online, and click ‘next step’.
Again, do NOT submit this until you are ready to upload your completed entry form.
Step 3: Upload your completed entry form and supporting attachments.
Step 4:Provide references, the details of which will be emailed to you.
This Category Is For:
- Sport for development organisations with a specific strand addressing environmental issues
- Sport-for-environment specific projects
- Sport federations
- Government agencies
A relevant entry can be for any kind of activity that addresses environmental issues – i.e. events, campaigns, stand-alone projects, advocacy initiatives that have resulted in an environmental improvement
Criteria Specific To This Category:
In addition to following Beyond Sport's Four Basic Principles, the entry must show:
- That the organisation has run an activity that uses sport to reduce negative impacts on the natural environment
- That the organisation has inspired audiences to change their behaviour long-term and/or
- That the organisation has taken action itself to create a positive impact on the environment
- Note: Applicants for the Sport for the Environment Award should also make note that activities that promote re-distribution of sports equipment should demonstrate how the activity seeks to reduce negative environmental impacts through engaging a target audience on an environmental issue, and achieves change (e.g., increased awareness, attitude or behaviour change)
In addition to the above, the entry must show:
- That the organisation carrying out the environmental activities has been operational for a minimum of two years (in relation to the date of your Awards entry)
- That the organisation has effectively used partnerships
- That the organisation has well-supported evidence of change through a monitoring and evaluation structure