The CSS podcast is dedicated to exploring a the relationships between and impacts of sport on a variety of social, cultural, and environmental factors. Season 1, “The Legacy Season”, was inspired by the 10-year anniversary of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, a time when issues of the impact and legacies of mega sport […] Read More
Play It Green is a podcast which aims to explore unique perspectives on sustainability-related topics from experts in the field of sports. The podcast was developed by Vanessa Hsu and Sadhri Kumar, UBC Sustainability Ambassadors, in association with the UBC’s Center for Sport and Sustainability (CSS). The goal of the podcast is to provide entertaining […] Read More
‘(Re)Imagining Indigenous-Centred UBC Campus Recreation’: Successful ‘Campus as a Living Lab’ Grant application (Led by Dr. Jan Hare and CSS Leadership Team Member Dr. Moss Norman) Congratulations to Dr. Jan Hare (Indigenous Education) and CSS Leadership Team Member Dr. Moss Norman (Kinesiology) on receiving Campus as a Living Lab (CLL) funding for their project ‘(Re)Imagining […] Read More
‘CRITICAL DIALOGUES ON SUSTAINABILITY, SPORT EVENTS, AND IMPACT ASSESSMENTS’: EVENT SUMMARY NOTE: The authors of the following article – Phoebe Autio, Rachel Chan, Damara Featherstone, Hannah Sarchuk and Xuedan Xu – were part of the 2019-2020 cohort of UBC Sustainability’s flagship Sustainability Ambassadors programme. This is a year long programme for students interested in enhancing […] Read More
The Centre for Sport and Sustainability (CSS) is dedicated to improving understandings of the relationships between sport and human and ecological wellbeing, social and economic development, and cultural identity. In recognition of the 10th anniversary of the Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, the CSS is hosting a series of public dialogues focused on a […] Read More
The Centre is dedicated to improving understandings of the relationships between sport and human and ecological wellbeing, social and economic development, and cultural identity.