At Welsh Sea Rowing we're committed to doing all we can to promote environmental awareness and encourage our clubs to 'Go Green'. There are simple things we can all do to reduce our carbon footprint and help conservation.
- Nominate a club environmental champion. This person will be someone passionate about our planet that can work with your committee and members to stay up to date with current best practise.
- Encourage club members to walk or cycle to training. When races resume and regulations allow, car share where possible.
- Help with local beach cleans and litter picks.
- Use collected water rather than taps/hosepipes for washing equipment.
- Promote a plastic free zone. Encourage the use of reusable water bottles, consider single use plastic free zones and plastic free events.
- Use eco-friendly products at your club house and take measures to reduce your energy consumption.
Welsh Sea Rowing is also working in partnership with The Wildlife Trusts to promote their Living Seas Campaign.
We’d love to hear what you are doing at your clubs and in your local area to promote preservation. Share your story!
Rowing is an environmentally friendly activity. British Rowing will undertake to ensure that all who take part are aware of the steps we recommend towards environmental sustainability and are committed to inspiring a culture of respect for the environment within rowing.
Click on the link above for our 2020 policy.
The intention of this document is to record FISA’s commitment to rowing practices,
which continue that association and encourage a culture of responsibility for protecting nature and therefore the sustainability of the sport. The document highlights important issues and appropriate ways of dealing with them in accordance with sustainable environmental practice.