The FIFA World Cup 2022 has released the ‘First Sustainability Progress Report’, updating the stakeholders and the public on the progress made by FIFA, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) and the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 LLC in 2019 regarding their five sustainability commitments, including human rights, diversity and environmental protection.

FIFA’s Head of Sustainability & Environment, Federico Addiechi, announced considerable progress has been made with the delivery of the ‘Sustainability Strategy’ for the next edition of the flagship event.

“The report reflects our joint commitment to accountability and our drive to contribute to the evolution of best practices in the field of sustainability management in sporting events,” Addiechi said.

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