For athletes

When it comes to sport and climate we know athletes have been leading the charge. From the 480+ athletes who were part of seeing Australia lift our climate ambition with The Cool Down to individuals across the sporting landscape taking personal action, encouraging their clubs to do the same, highlighting the big issues and quietly working away at decarbonising, athletes have been doing the heavy lifting.

At FrontRunners we believe in the power of sportspeople to make change, but we don't think you should have to do it alone. If you've got an idea, if this is your bag, we want to support you.

We can help with a lot of things like:

  • Advice and support
  • Educational resources
  • Decarbonisation strategies for you, your club, your governing body
  • Media training and strategy
  • Social media support
  • Building campaigns
  • Building your network
  • Working alongside your agent or team
Get in touch

Want to do more?

Keen to get started on some climate action in your day to day life? These resources might help.

Check your bank

Discover if your bank funds fossil fuels (and find a bank that doesn't!)

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Project Planet

Learn more about the climate crisis and discover even more ways to get involved and make an impact.

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Have a sustainability issue in your house? Banish probably has the answer.

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One Small Step

A pocket sized sustainability coach, this mobile app will help you cut your carbon footprint.

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Check your super

Find out what your super is investing in and consider switching to a climate-friendly fund.

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Active Giving

Make an impact while you work out. This app plants trees for calories burned or kms covered.

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From wherever we are, FrontRunners is proud to acknowledge the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia, and recognise their continuing connection to this land, its waterways, and the stars in the sky, since time immemorial. It is our privilege to pay respect to their Elders, knowledge holders, and to all the generations of First Nations’ peoples who have nurtured this land for over 80,000 years and continue to do so today.
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