Suzann Pettersen, Eric Dia, Tottenham discussed on BBC Newsday
The revered links course. Clubs everywhere are being encouraged to become more aware of the issues, but perhaps the biggest impact is from those who've played at the highest level. Norway's Suzann Pettersen is a two time major winner. Now a sustainable gulf ambassador. Well, I just think sport is a great arena for the athletes to kind of speak their mind or just please bring awareness to the topic. What do you do as an athlete? Yeah. Your discipline You're determined you commit. To the goals that you want to achieve. And that's gonna Maybe where us athletes can help sports. One vital ingredient is that people tend to care about it, especially football. It's high profile is a potential weapon against climate change. Tottenham are one of a handful of Premier League clubs signed up to the United Nations sports for Climate Action. Midfielder Eric Dia has become an enthusiastic supporter of efforts to make the world more sustainable. He even grows his own food and hopes his interest in the subject could make an impact. Having conversations.