On 18 June, the OCEAN Project Consortium gathered online for the first peer-to-peer roundtable.

Climate Action Officers presented the state of their carbon footprint reduction strategy. This collaborative opportunity aimed to draw inspiration from others and get feedback from peers to move forward in this process. This session highlighted the common challenges faced by the NOCs and raised awareness of the range of measures that can be implemented at national level.

Congratulations to the 18 NOCs for their progress and commitment to reducing sport's carbon footprint. A second roundtable will be held in September.

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