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Tennis Ball Pollution in the Yarra River
The sporting equipment industry is a major polluter globally, generating thousands of tonnes of waste in Australia alone each year. Ending up in rivers, roads and landfills, tennis equipment disposal is dangerously mismanaged in Australia. And with sports lovers already facing the dire impacts of pollution and global warming, there has never been a better time to change the way we throw away. 
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Lessons From The French Circular Economy
With the introduction of ambitious and innovative anti-waste laws, France has set the global stage for the transition from a linear to a circular economy. From decreasing greenhouse gas emissions to recirculating sporting equipment, the circular economy model in practice provides endless possibilities for a sustainable Australian future.
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History of the Tennis Ball
For the last few centuries, the game of tennis has been a beloved part of millions of lives across the world. Said to be an adaptation of an 11th century French sport called jeu de paume, tennis as we know...
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We Say No to Sports Waste
Our enjoyment of sport depends on a healthy and flourishing environment. As a result of climate change, we’ve been experiencing hotter, drier summers with more intense and longer heatwaves and droughts. 
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