EurILCA’s Sustainability Programme has been shortlisted by World Sailing as one of the four exceptional finalists for the 2022 World Sailing 11th Hour Racing Sustainability Award, representing the full spectrum of global sustainability initiatives within sailing and the marine industry.
The World Sailing 11th Hour Racing Sustainability Award celebrates the delivery of high-impact, highly-replicable sustainability initiatives, aligned to World Sailing’s Sustainability Agenda 2030.
Public voting to help determine a winner is open now so click in the link below and vote for us!
As sailors we have been captivated by nature since our early childhood. We loved it so much that we decided to build most of our lives around it.
Day after day, while being driven by wind and waves, we felt more and more connected.
Our wonderful seas deserve all our admiration and respect. And just as we have enjoyed them all this years, we surely want future generations to do so as well. Due to plastics and other types of pollution caused by humans, not only our playground but also the whole life as we know it is at risk.
This is why we decided to create EurILCA’s Sustainability Programme. With the aim of raising awareness among all sailors about this dramatic situation, we seek to promote changes in our daily habits and product choices that will help to stop causing more damage and heal our oceans. Let’s start to change for us, our seas and our future sailors.
Nature need us to make our best to stop harming our planet. There’s no time to wait! Would you join us on this fight?
Whether you are a sailor, coach, race organizer or sailing fan, we would love to count with your help as volunteer. This way we’ll have more hands on deck to develop our sustainability actions faster.
Ready to step in!? Just fill out the form below on right and we’ll reply back soon.
If you have any questions or comments please write us to email@example.com
Facts or myths? We are preparing a new quiz for you to learn more about plastic pollution and the way you can be actively involved to protect our Sailing environments.