The Sports Industry Will Be Made To Comply With Cult Of Climastrology

See, here’s the problem: major and minor league sports leagues and teams have climavirtue signaled on ‘climate change’ already, so, the climate cultists will demand more

Opinion: The sports industry must tackle its role in the climate crisis

For many people, sports are the love of their life. With screaming fans and dedication that knows no bounds for leagues, players, and teams, it’s no wonder the industry is a massive hit. There’s only one problem: we’re often so focused on the high energy and excitement that it blinds us from seeing how the sports industry hurts the environment.

Believe it or not, sports play a role in the climate crisis.

To all those diehard fans out there who might be feeling aghast from this, don’t be. The climate crisis is a serious issue, and to minimize and resolve it, we need all hands on deck.

Every year, major sporting events — the Super Bowl, the Winter and Summer Olympic Games, and the FIFA World Cup, just to name a few — attract people worldwide. But what are the lasting consequences of these events? Substantial carbon footprints are left behind from the increased transportation, large amounts of trash produced, energy required to operate these events, and growth in food production.

The “carbon footprints” of each player, team, and league are humongous, going by CoC dogma, yet, they all want to Lecture Everyone Else while making token changes

Unlike motorsports, other sports such as skiing and golf quietly affect the environment. Their effects are not as obvious as motor racing’s, where the sport clearly is a factor in the climate crisis.

However, skiing and golf are harmful to the environment even though people don’t often realize it. More specifically, it’s the golf courses and skiing slopes that are detrimental, taking up large areas of former ecosystems and natural terrains.

Cancel them?

It’s not only professional sports and organizations that should be doing something about mitigating the climate crisis. Even with the sports industry beginning to become more environmentally aware, there needs to be faster eco-friendly action taken right now as the climate crisis impacts and will impact everyone.

We, the fans, also need to help create a greener sports industry — even the simplest actions like reducing, reusing, and recycling will make a difference. Sports are dependent on a healthy planet, but with this ongoing climate crisis, how on Earth are sports going to exist?

Of course, we all know that the CoC wants Government to Do Something, usually via regulations and laws, which they all think will apply to Someone Else. Because the Warmists themselves won’t do it on their own.

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6 Responses to “The Sports Industry Will Be Made To Comply With Cult Of Climastrology”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    TEACH (scam) typed: …wants Government (sic) to Do (sic) Something (sic), usually via regulations and laws, which they all think will apply to Someone (sic) Else (sic).

    It seems they are working to get entire industries to reduce their carbon footprints, not by government regulations but by persuasion. Why would you have a problem with that?

    How will the activists get around the regulations and laws they want for “someone else”?

  2. Dana says:

    An article doubtlessly written by a couch potato. The cute little white Chinese girl, Jessica Han, wrote articles like Best stretches for Zoom university: Stretches to loosen you up after hours hunched over your laptop and Opinion: the ‘fit’ body standard is all wrong — and dangerous: The fitness industry must focus on body inclusivity, which not-so-subtly criticizes a woman who goes to the gym too much, doesn’t engage in sports herself, so it’s so very easy for her to criticize those who do.

    She criticizes ski resorts, but that means she criticizes skiing, because few areas are suitable for skiing all by themselves, and the ones which are are fairly remote for the vast majority of the population. She criticizes golf courses, but golf is a form of (some) exercise that older people can play . . . and you need a golf course to be able to do that.

    Unless, of course, you are Bandobras Took, who was so huge, for a Hobbit, that he was able to ride a horse.

    He charged the ranks of the goblins of Mount Gram in the Battle of the Green Fields, and knocked their king Golfimbul’s head clean off with a wooden club. It sailed a hundred yards through the air and went down a rabbit hole, and in this way the battle was won and the game of Golf invented at the same moment.

    We get it: she doesn’t like sports. That’s her right, and a whole lot of other people don’t care for sports. But her own activities, sitting in front of a computer screen all day, burns sparktricity, too.

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