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Green Game and Societal Sustenance: A Case of London Olympic 2012

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  • Dongre, Anil

Sustainability through environmental protection and fostering social development is essential ingredient for survival of mankind across the nation, as human society is facing extraordinary growth on all facades of life. The development that have been made life of human being very smooth but it poses threat to environment in terms of biodiversity destruction, atmospheric and other ecosystem impurity. For having continuity of survival of humane species, it is indispensable to protect our environment through any activity and even through sport and London Olympic 2012 is one such trend setter event. Thus this research paper study how London Olympic 2012 plan for sustainability throughout game and to create legacy for its society, through tackling climate change and managing waste efficiently, encouraging biodiversity, setting new standards for the sustainable development of infrastructure and creating facilities, transport used for the games and construction of the venues.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 63818.

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Date of creation: 2015
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:63818
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