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Local Perspectives on Sport Hunting and Tourism Economies: Stereotypes, Sustainability, and Inclusion in British Columbia’s Hunting Industries

Kelsey L. Boulé and Courtney W. Mason

management, and as a tourist activity. Previous studies have investigated the history of sport hunting, 7 the sustainability of land and animal resources, 8 and the effects of hunting tourism on the environment and local economies. 9 Although some research highlights the motivational factors that entice

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A Typology of Circular Sport Business Models: Enabling Sustainable Value Co-Creation in the Sport Industry

Anna Gerke, Julia Fehrer, Maureen Benson-Rea, and Brian P. McCullough

Sport ecology is a relatively new field focusing on the intersection of sport and environmental sustainability. It is centered on exploring the impact of sport on the natural environment and how sport organizations and individuals can reduce their negative impact and promote sustainability

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Physical Activity Promotion and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Building Synergies to Maximize Impact

Deborah Salvo, Leandro Garcia, Rodrigo S. Reis, Ivana Stankov, Rahul Goel, Jasper Schipperijn, Pedro C. Hallal, Ding Ding, and Michael Pratt

Key Points • There is strong synergy between physical activity promotion and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), presenting unique opportunities to simultaneously address multiple population health priorities and for achieving several SDGs. • Synergies between physical activity promotion and

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Sport Ecology: Conceptualizing an Emerging Subdiscipline Within Sport Management

Brian P. McCullough, Madeleine Orr, and Timothy Kellison

. They have done so through the lenses of sport sustainability ( Chard & Mallen, 2012 ; Kellison & Hong, 2015 ; Mallen, Adams, Stevens, & Thompson, 2010 ), corporate social responsibility ( Casper, Pfahl, & McSherry, 2012 ; Inoue & Kent, 2012a , 2012b ; Trendafilova et al., 2014 ), and sport

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Skiing Uphill: A Sport Ecology Case Study to Save the Snow

Beth D. Solomon and Sarah Stokowski

debated within the North College Athletics Department staff meetings, including coaching staff, and the athletic director are: How does North College sustainably have ski teams that are competitive and safe with the lower amounts of snow? How does North College work through and try to prevent further

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Renewable Energy Source Diffusion in Professional Sport Facilities

Liz Wanless, Chad Seifried, and Tim Kellison

the environment ( Kellison & Kim, 2014 ; Sfintes, 2020 ). Notably, over the past two decades, sport organizations and communities tapped into this potential to demonstrate their commitments to sustainability ( McCullough, Orr, & Watanabe, 2020 ; McCullough, Pelcher, & Trendafilova, 2020

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What Is Known About Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Among Sport Coaches? A Scoping Review

Karin Hägglund, Göran Kenttä, Christopher R.D. Wagstaff, and Marte Bentzen

sustainability in this profession. Mindfulness and self-compassion are two emerging constructs within sport and applied practice that have, in populations outside sport, received substantial scholarly attention over the last decades with positive outcomes related to well-being and mental health (see, e

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Maintenance of Aerobic or Resistance Training After an Exercise Intervention Among Breast Cancer Patients After Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy

Siri Goldschmidt, Martina E. Schmidt, Friederike Rosenberger, Joachim Wiskemann, and Karen Steindorf

completing the intervention, however, it is important for sustainable health benefits that cancer survivors continue to exercise and maintain an active lifestyle. Previous systematic reviews showed that training interventions, partly with additional behavioral or educative components, can lead to an increase

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Greening Our Front Porch: Environmental Sustainability in Collegiate Athletics

Jamee A. Pelcher and Brian P. McCullough

This past April 22 (Earth Day), Smallville University (SU) President Williams expanded the campus’ environmental sustainability commitment by mandating that all departments on campus must have a strategic plan in place to address their respective environmental impacts by 2020 to establish specific

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Teaching Environmental Sustainability Across the Sport Management Curriculum

Haylee U. Mercado and John Grady

Sustainability in higher education has become a subject that has generated growing interest at an unprecedented rate over the last 5 years ( Barber, Deale, & Goodman, 2011 ). As Moore ( 2005 ) noted, “there is a need to envision what a ‘sustainable’ university might look like, including visions of