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    Call for Papers | Sport and sustainability. NEON Conference Track | Lillehammer, Norway, November 24–26, 2021. Call ends August 31, 2021

    In this session, we aim at finding out more about the role of sport organisations for creating a sustainable future. We invite contributors to submit abstracts from research in sports within various contexts. Contributions applying various perspectives in the research on social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainability are welcome. Contributions can be submitted in a Scandinavian language and English. The session managers are open to host the track in both languages.

    Call for Paper | “Sport, Leisure, and Sustainability”, Special Issue of the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health | Call ends August 31, 2021

    For this Special Issue, we seek theoretically and empirically sound examinations of sport, leisure, and sustainability. We conceptualize sustainability to consist of issues related to the environment, economics, and equity. 2020 has illuminated potentially unsustainable practices in sport and leisure. Flooding as a result of climate change, wild fires in the Western United States, and COVID-19.

    Call for Papers | Physical Activity and Sporting Practices in Catastrophic Environments | Edited collection; strong publishing interest from Routledge. Call ends December 11, 2020

    This collection will provide meaningful empirical insights into the role of sport and physical activity in coping with, and adapting to, environmental change, whilst at the same time advancing our conceptual understanding of cultures and identities in an increasingly global (and globalised) world.

    Call for Papers | “Sport and Sustainability” | Special issue of Sustainability. Call ends October 31, 2019

    This Special Issue seeks submissions on sport and sustainability within two emerging areas: (1) Culture and Politics: We seek forward-thinking research focused on the role of culture and politics related to sport organization sustainability practices, broadly conceived. (2) Fan Engagement: Academic research on the topic of sport influencing its fanbase is still in its infancy, and more research is warranted.
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