OCEAN: Seminar 3

OCEAN: Seminar 3

OCEAN´s third seminar on carbon footprint measurement took place on 12 December! Tobias Wagner, researcher at the Öko-Institut - OCEAN´s scientific partner - presented preliminary results of carbon footprint measurement out of the data gathered by each partner NOCs. Following an overview of the data collection process in each NOC, the latter had the opportunity to share their own experiences during the data collection process. They also used this discussion to propose potential improvement for the future measurement tool which is to be tailor made for sport organisations. While waiting to gather in presence in March for the 3rd Module of the Training Course, the OCEAN´s consortium will meet online in January.

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