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We Don't Have Time

”I never knew there could be a connection between sports and climate”

In Lagos, Nigeria, We Don’t Have Time partner Afrigod has hosted its first-ever Sports for Climate event — a football tournament for a brighter future.

Cleanup exercise before the beginning of the games.
Climate discussion with the sports for climate FC teams.
  1. Help sports organizations reduce emissions caused by their operations.
  2. Leverage the worldwide popularity of sport to engage millions of fans in the effort to join the climate movement and take action.
  3. Raise awareness about climate change in communities across the world through sports.
  4. Mitigate the negative impact of climate change on sport and local communities.
  5. Contribute to achieving a net-zero emissions world by 2050, as agreed by global leaders in December 2015 at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 21) in Paris.
Divine Raiders FC celebrating their victory at the Sports for Climate games 2020.