The greenest Olympics?
Shaun McCarthy; Bea Ayling; Adam Donnan
Will the London 2012 Olympics be the greenest Olympics ever? The organisers of Europe's largest construction programme committed to achieving the most sustainable Olympic games yet. Published over 2 years before the games begin, this issue considers current progress towards this ambitious legacy, including in areas around biodiversity and transport, and the success of previous Olympics in championing sustainability.
- London 2012 - a sustainable odyssey? - Shaun McCarthy
- Biodiversity and the London 2012 Olympic Park - Gary Grant
- Sustainable transport for the London 2012 Olympic Games - Mike Sinclair-Williams
- On the right track? - Darren Johnson
- Planting the park - Heather Barrett-Mold
- An evolving sustainable development perspective: the Olympic games - Gregory Borne
- Contaminated land management at the Olympic park site and an after-games scenario - Kanan Purkayastha
- Material use at the Olympics: a case study of PVC - Mark Everard
- Air Quality and the Olympic dream: Beijing 2008 and London 2012 - Clare Holman
- Strategic assessment of the Turin 2006 Olympic winter games - Attilia Peano; Grazia Brunetta
- Sydney Olympic site remediatoin - Sharon Beder