Think Tank 1: Program

08:30 am Light Breakfast
09:00 am Welcome & Opening Remarks – Robert Sparks and Rob VanWynsberghe, UBC
09:15 am Using mega-event sustainability indicators to inform legacy practice: Lessons from South Africa (Videoconference)
Scarlett Cornelissen, University of Stellenbosch
Kamilla Swart, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town
Institutional challenges to Olympic Games sustainability(Videoconference)
Eleni Theodoraki, Edinburgh Napier University
10:35 am Break
10:40 am Issues and alternatives in indicator-based impact assessment
Holger Preuß, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz
Olympic transport contributions to sustainability
Philippe Bovy, International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS), Lausanne
12 noon Working Lunch – Continued discussion and presentation of the Sustainable Sport and Event Toolkit (SSET)
Matt Dolf, International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS), Lausanne
Ann Duffy, Ann Duffy Group, Corporate Sustainability Officer, VANOC
12:40 pm Sports mega-events indicator based assessment: Examples and perspective
Jean-Loup Chappelet, Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration (IDHEAP), Lausanne
Olympic Games Impact (OGI) study: Results and lessons from the Pre-Games Report
Rob VanWynsberghe, UBC
2:00 pm Wrap-up & Next Steps – Robert Sparks and Elizabeth Mauer, UBC