SMGT 3741: Sustainability through Sport

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With the growing globalization of sport and its influence on social and commercial activities worldwide, environmental sustainability has become a critical component of sport management strategy among socially responsible sport organizations. Sport organizations are increasingly seeking opportunities to be positive contributors to their communities with respect to reducing waste, improving energy efficiency, responsibly using land, developing and contributing to responsible supply chains, and conserving water and other natural resources. This course is designed to familiarize students with a wide-range of manners by which sport organizations are able to use their core competencies and elevated positions in their communities to deliver impactful sustainability programs

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