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A new study has that climate change will global sports events over the next three decades. The report was by the Rapid Transition Alliance. This group climate change, development and global issues. Researchers said that nearly all sports would impacted by what they "an accelerating climate crisis". They how the weather has already disrupted major sports events. Bushfires in Australia made playing conditions hazardous at the Australian Tennis Open and torrential rain from a huge typhoon last year's Rugby World Cup in Japan. The report that fires, floods, heatwaves and rising sea levels will greater disruption.

Rapid Transition Alliance coordinator Andrew Simms the sports industry to more to carbon-neutral. He said: "Sport provides some of society's most influential role models. If sport can how it operates to act at the speed and scale necessary to the climate emergency, others will ." He added that the carbon emissions from sports events worldwide are equal to those by a medium-sized country. The report's author, David Goldblatt, said sport should more proactive. He said: "Making a carbon-zero world the common-sense priority of the sports world would a huge contribution to it the common-sense priority of all politics."

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