DRIVEN ANNOUNCE BASIS SUSTAINABILITY MEMBERSHIP

DRIVEN ANNOUNCE BASIS SUSTAINABILITY MEMBERSHIP

Driven International continue to play a proactive role in promoting sustainability in sport Driven International have joined companies such as Twickenham, Emirates Stadium and Marylebone Cricket Club as members of the British Association for Sustainable Sport. Driven...
FRANCE BANS PLASTIC CUPS, PLATES AND CUTLERY

FRANCE BANS PLASTIC CUPS, PLATES AND CUTLERY

[CNN] France has passed a new law to ensure all plastic cups, cutlery and plates can be composted and are made of biologically-sourced materials. The law, which comes into effect in 2020, is part of the Energy Transition for Green Growth – an ambitious plan that aims to allow France to make a more effective contribution to tackling climate change.

JOIN DRIVEN & FORMULA E AT BASIS 2016

JOIN DRIVEN & FORMULA E AT BASIS 2016

We are pleased to announce Driven International as workshop hosts at the 2016 BASIS Sustainable Sport Conference on 13 September 2016, to be held at London 2012’s Queen Elizabeth Park. Ramzi Darghouth of Driven International will chair a session with representatives from Formula E, the FIA and Chicane Media to discuss the topic of “How can Motorsport drive sustainability?”.

DRIVEN TEAM EXPANDS

DRIVEN TEAM EXPANDS

Ramzi Darghouth joins the Driven team as Project Director and brings with him over 10 years’ industry experience and Alan Selby is appointed as Non-Executive Director.

THE OLYMPICS – MORE THAN JUST GREEN POOLS

THE OLYMPICS – MORE THAN JUST GREEN POOLS

Green pools at Rio have been gaining comment over the last few weeks, but don’t let that distract from all the green initiatives which have also been getting attention. From statues replacing winners’ flowers to sustainably sourced gold in their medals, the Rio 2016 Olympics has been continuing the sustainable sports legacy.

BARC ACHIEVES FIA ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE

BARC ACHIEVES FIA ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE

As part of its strategy towards raising global awareness of environmental management issues across motor sport, the FIA Institute launched the Sustainability Programme in 2012 and published a set of Best Practice Principles for applicants to implement. The Programme provides guidance to various motor sport stakeholders regarding their adoption of environmental initiatives and allows accreditation to be awarded at three levels: Commitment to Excellence, Progress towards Excellence and Achievement of Excellence.