The sport-related entry of (micro)plastics into the environment and the possible health and environmental pollution caused by sports surfaces, sports textiles and sports events are increasingly being scientifically problematised, discussed in sports and environmental policy contexts and addressed in the media.
On 2 July, the EOC EU Office organised a video-conference for its Annual Partner Meeting bringing together the sport movement and EU leaders to discuss the latest updates on EU policies and other issues facing the world of sport today, in particular the COVID-19 crisis. The meeting was also an opportunity for all partners to have a first exchange with Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for I
EU Work Plan for Sport, usually established for a period of 3 years, frames concrete aims and activities for sport policy at EU level. Adopted by the Sport Ministers Council, and implemented mainly by the European Commission and the Presidencies of Council of the EU, the Work Plan serves as a roadmap for all relevant stakeholders.