Top Australian cricketers have joined the war against climate change, forming an organisation to reduce the sport’s carbon footprint. Test captain Pat Cummins said few sports are more imperilled by global warming and it’s time for clubs and cricketers at every level to step up and do their bit. Cricket for Climate will begin with the endeavour to have solar power installed at 4000 local clubs. That’s already happened at the Penrith Cricket Club, where the Australian captain learned the ropes as a junior.
The climate crisis is wreaking havoc but sport can be a part of the solution. By @patcummins30 https://t.co/FLbrdo3zhI
— Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) February 3, 2022