Our parks, sports pitches, trails and more are at risk of being lost due to climate change. Without a beautiful planet, there is no beautiful game. It’s time to take action, get active and support causes that help protect the places where we play.
Once again, we’ve partnered with adidas Running to invite you to join us in logging minutes of sports and physical activity for a better planet. For every 10 minutes of movement, adidas will donate 1 euro to Common Goal for projects that educate communities on sustainability through sport—up to 1.5 million euros.
If we all move together, we can do so much more to protect the places where we play. Together we can take care of parks, trails, beaches, and fields—the very places where we move, stay active, and play sports.
Here’s how you can help
Just move! Join today the adidas move for the planet challenge and between June 1 and June 12, for every 10 minutes of movement, adidas will donate 1 euro to Common Goal for projects that educate communities on sustainability through sport—up to 1.5 million euros. The more you move, the better for you and for the planet.
Participating in adidas the move for the planet challenge is that easy. You can choose from tens of different sports and workouts, so pick your favorite active and record as many minutes of movements as possible.
Here’s how you sign up for move for the planet:
- Download the adidas Running app here.
- Join the move for the planet challenge.
- Choose your favorite sport.
- Sync and log your activity from June 1 – June 12 to the adidas Running app.
Once you have joined the challenge, you’re ready to make every 10 minutes of movement meaningful for the planet. To learn more about Common Goal and the projects they support, visit www.common-goal.org.
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