Beijing 2022 eyes ‘green, inclusive, open and clean games’



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Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics organizers have promised to deliver sustainable games. According to media reports, the organizers said their efforts will not go unnoticed when the world comes to China.

From the renovation of the Shougang Steel industrial complex into Beijing 2022’s headquarters and multiple training centers to the repurposing of venues from the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics, it is clear sustainability is a key tenant of Beijing 2022’s Games delivery plan.

Beijing 2022 vice president Shu’an Yang and communications director Yu Chang delivered a progress report to members of the International Olympic Committee during the Session in Lima, Peru on Sept. 13. Yang and Yu emphasized that preparations are either on time and on budget or ahead of schedule with less than five years remaining until the Chinese capital becomes the first to host both the Summer and Winter Olympics.

More details at the forthcoming Coliseum Summit ASIA-PACIFIC, October 25-26, 2017 in Beijing, China. Continue to follow Coliseum Summit, a global series of stadium and arena business conferences, for latest updates from around the world.




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