Bowls Australia continue to lead in environmental practices

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Bowls Australia (BA) have continued their involvement with the Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) by attending the SEA Summit last week, which aims to share knowledge, inspire the sports industry and its community to better engage with enviro-conversation. Bowls Australia (BA) have continued their involvement with the Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) by attending the SEA Summit last week, which aims to share knowledge, inspire the sports industry and its community to better engage with enviro-conversation. 

BA remain a strong advocate for environmental protection and the introduction of practices to save our sport and clubs financially in the long-term and this is led by BA Chief Executive Officer Neil Dalrymple, who in conjunction with Bowls Victoria’s Paul Holtschke and Scott Nicholas attended the conference at the MCG.

The main takeaways from the summit were:

1.  Collaborate fiercely
2.  Lean on and learn from our network
3.  Do something, small or large, just do it… any and all actions will help contribute to a #SEAChange

In a major positive for BA, the day was capped off with the announcement of the Penrith Bowling and Recreation Club winning a national #SEAChange award for their innovative and environmentally practices at their club. 

We all have a role in environmental protection and invite all to take a lead in being #SEAChange advocates.
More information on SEA can be found here