Bohemians vs Climate Change: An interview with Seán McCabe

In January, Bohemians unveiled a unique new signing.  Sean McCabe, wearing the famous ‘Refugees Welcome’ away jersey, had become the Dublin club’s Climate Justice Officer.  The newly created position is the first of it’s kind in the world of football. It highlights the importance of putting fairness and community at the heart of sport’s effortsContinue reading “Bohemians vs Climate Change: An interview with Seán McCabe”

Shoreham FC vs Climate Change: An interview with Stuart Slaney

Last year, Shoreham FC did something remarkable. The Southern Combination Division One side, known as “The Musselmen”, decided to take on climate change. Following the lead of Forest Green Rovers and Arsenal, they became the first non-league club to sign up to the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework. In doing so, they proved thatContinue reading “Shoreham FC vs Climate Change: An interview with Stuart Slaney”