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effort state. The methods that were used included semi-structured interviews, published documents and website analysis were used in the process of analysis. Data were also analysed using qualitative methods to identify the themes, which can clearly show the status of the efforts of the environment in the sports industry.
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EFFECTS OF SPORTS FACILITIES ON THE HISPANICS Susana, Lucas, Manuel, Duarte, Pinheiro, and Maria, de la Cruz, Del Río-Rama (2017). Sustainability Performance in Sport Facilities Management. Springer International Publishing P. 113-138. The author talks about sustainable performance in sports facilities and further argues that sports facilities have a profound effect alongside its social responsibility. Evidently, big facilities such as the football stadiums utilize resources such as water, electric energy among other materials. They also require transport systems. These needs have a substantial on the social, environmental and economic wellbeing on the host region. Sports management finds it challenging to control the utilization of limited resources as well as how to manage waste products. Proper management of the resources reduces not only the environmental impact on the host region but also does minimizes the cost of operation. As far as the book is concerned, it analyses how sustainable solutions and environmental are actually considered at various sports organizations (like UEFA and FIFA) and facilities. The specific approaches to be applied in order to manage the systems for specific sustainability in the diverse sports facilities. Sylvia Trendafilova and Brian P. McCullough (2018). Environmental sustainability scholarship and the efforts of the sports sector: A rapid review of the literature. The article addresses the need to preserve a sustainable environment in the sports industry. It further indicates that the sports sector has actually witnessed a serious shift whereby every single organization in all diverse levels of sports have started placing indeed a considerable importance especially to becoming environmentally conscientious. In addition to this, many bodies of diverse scholarships have addressed the issue of sustainability in sports too. The purpose of the study that was conducted in this article is to assess the unequivocal scholarship status, specifically on the sustainability of the environment over a period of eleven years between 2007
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EFFECTS OF SPORTS FACILITIES ON THE HISPANICS and 2017. After the evaluation was done, the result was obtained whereby it indicated that most areas that the scholars addressed included fan behavior, management, and facility management and the least things that were emphasized were social sustainability and performance evaluations.
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  • Winter '18
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  • Hispanic and Latino Americans, Hispanic, sports facilities

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