London 2012 misses out on gold medal for sustainability
London 2012 is the most sustainable Olympic and Paralympic games yet, but the failure of its main renewable energy project has meant that it did not meet its full potential, according to WWF and BioRegionalIn a report examining London 2012’s progress against its 76 sustainability commitments, drawn up with both the NGOs’ support in 2005, WWF and BioRegional praise the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) an
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