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Paris Olympics promote sustainability for good reason: Climate change is putting athletes and their sports at risk

  • Written by Brian P. McCullough, Associate Professor of Sport Management, University of Michigan
imageThe 2024 Summer Olympics go for green as organizers try to slash their carbon footprint.AP Photo/Michel Euler

Europe is in the midst of a heat wave, and while Olympic athletes in Paris for the 2024 Summer Games might be spared the worst of it, the weather will still be hot.

As global temperatures have risen, major sporting events like the Olympics...

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