The host country of 2014 FIFA World cup, Brazil, is one of the lucky countries in the world. This year it is hosting an international event and their will be a repeat of such like event in 2016 when it will host the Olympic Games in 2016.
The Brazilian government has invested resources to make sure the events turn out to be successfully. According to the survey carried out by the Ministry of sports, the 2014 FIFA World Cup will add about $90 billion to Brazil's GDP by 2019.
On the other hand, football tend to have an impact on the environment due to its activities. It is due to this reason that FIFA Football For The Planet was formed in 2006.
Today in Brazil FIFA and 2014 FIFA World Cup Organizing Committee are in the process of implementing projects that will address the key all round environmental related issues such as waste products and climatic changes among other categories as far as environmental conservation is concerned.
Climate change is one of the main factor which is as a result of carbon dioxide that is released to the atmosphere through human activities. FIFA will estimate the content of carbon and come up with measures that will avoid, reduce or offset its emissions.
Most FIFA World Cup stadiums in Brazil are in the front line to get LEED certification for the green buildings through installation of solar panels that will generate renewable energy that will be used within the stadium.
The new Brazil waste laws tend to protect or control the management of the waste. This is because there will be a very huge population as from 12 June.
There are also plan to promote recycling of waste in conjunction with the local cooperatives. So as you enjoy your gaming world in June, take in mend the environmental conservation.