Climate change is the greatest threat humanity has ever faced.

That’s why our mission at BT Sport is to become leaders in sustainable production and one of the greenest broadcasters in the UK.

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If your home has no loft insulation, you are losing up to 25% of heating energy through the roof.

If food waste was a country, it would be the third highest emitter of greenhouse gases after the US and China.

Producing one joint of beef accounts for the same carbon pollution as flying from London to Paris.

Making one cotton t-shirt can use as much water as an average person drinks in 3 years.

Giving positive change a sporting chance

Sporting institutions have a role to play in combating climate change. Watch how Extreme E is changing attitudes and read - in collaboration with The Athletic - about the climate cost of a pan-European Euro 2020 and how your club could be threatened by the crisis. 

What you do counts

All over the world, people and organisations are taking practical action on climate change.
We've partnered with Count Us In to help you take practical steps to be more sustainable in your everyday life.


BT Sport United: Our commitment to sustainability

BT Sport are commited to reducing our environmental impact as we seek to become one of the greenest broadcasters in the UK.
Find out more about some of the steps we have already taken to reducing our carbon footprint.