Sports Environment Alliance welcomes Regional Sport Victoria to its members
The Sports Environment Alliance (SEA) has announced that it has welcomed Regional Sport Victoria as a new member.
Regional Sport Victoria (RSV) is the leading body for sport and active recreation in the Victoria region, supporting nine Independent Regional Sports Assemblies (RSA) and covering a population of over 1.45 million rural and regional Victorians . The nine RSAs work directly with 48 local government authorities and are charged with the essential role of supporting the sport and recreation sector within their regional watersheds.
Noting that the leading body is excited to join SEA, RSV CEO Cassandra Hadson said, âRegional Sport Victoria looks forward to playing a leadership role in emphasizing that the health of the planet and the future of the world. sport in the regions and rural areas of Victoria are inextricably linked. .
âSport is part of the fabric of regional communities, and regional and rural sports clubs in Victoria are starting to feel the effects of climate change.
“We look forward to supporting regional and rural Victorian-era sports clubs to protect the places we play for future generations.”
Welcoming RSV to the ‘#SEAFamily’, SEA Executive Director Dr Sheila Nguyen explained that SEA looks forward to amplifying the important work RSV is already doing and helping the organization lead sustainability. sport in the regions and rural areas of Victoria.
Dr Nguyen noted that âhealth and well-being are inextricably linked with being active, being in nature and staying connected. To ensure that regional communities can continue to enjoy the places and spaces where we play and to celebrate their community through sport, it is important that we inspire our #SEAFamily to learn, share and act for a more sustainable and regenerative Australasia .
âWe look forward to supporting RSV on their sustainability journey and celebrating all the great things they are doing to protect our places of play for generations to come. “
Click here for more information on SEA.
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