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London Olympic Park – A Success Story

Be inspired and watch this video to find out the processes and techniques used to create a sustainable 2012 Olympic games.

In this step we are back with Adrian, and this time he meets with Dorte Jorgensen, who worked on the London 2012 Olympic site. She goes into excellent detail regarding the processes and techniques used to create a sustainable games. It is a very inspiring story.

More details on the games can be found on the National Archives Sustainability page, and access the images she mentioned.

Dorte is also keen to hear from you regarding the following questions:

1a: If you were to change a current habit to a more environmentally friendly one, what adaptations would that involve and what would motivate you to keep it up?

1b: What and who would benefit from your change, immediately and in the future? Consider the benefits in relation to society, people, the environment and economically.

2: How can you bring more empathy and awareness through to others when you engage with them to motivate a shift to more sustainable outcomes?

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