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Time to follow golf's surprising lead and find different ways to be green | Tanya Aldred

24.03.2019
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Turf sports will not flourish in a changing climate unless they start planning to make do with less waterIn these darkly surreal times, sport sometimes seems to have the answer. Not for sanity, too late indeed. But for tiny moments of bliss - a perfectly balanced flick off the toes, the crescendo of hooves thudding through the earth, a Raheem Sterling hat-trick on a spring Friday night. But there is no escape, even here. For the green England of verdant pastures, firm ground and lush pitches pimped to perfection, is shifting too.Listen to Sir James Bevan, chief executive of the Environment Agency, at the Waterwise conference on Tuesday. First he laid out his stall on climate change: "It's not just almost every scientist in the world who believes it's happening, but hard-nosed companies who are making investment decisions based on their belief that it's a thing. They would not be spending hundreds of millions of pounds a year on greater resilience in the face of something for which there was not compelling evidence." Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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