St Andrews Links Awarded GEO Certified Ecolabel
The Home of Golf is the first Open Championship venue to be recognized by GEO for sustainability commitment and achievements.
GEO Symposium Aims for the Green
Federation executives and technical staff met recently in Amsterdam to share their insight and experiences of promoting sustainability in golf.
Ryder Cup Green Drive Review
The 2010 Ryder Cup Green Drive delivered a lighter footprint golf event, including 87% recycling rates and a 31% reduction in carbon footprint.
The R&A Backs GEO
The R&A has announced a significant package of investment for the ongoing development of GEO’s OnCourse™ programme, and the GEO Certified ecolabel.
Icelandic Golf Makes OnCourse Pledge
Golf in Iceland has demonstrated environmental leadership on an unprecedented scale, announcing that each of the nation’s sixty-two golf clubs is OnCourse.
BIGGA and GEO Announce Partnership
The two bodies will collaborate to promote sustainability in golf facility management.
Global Launch of GEO Legacy Guidance
The GEO Legacy Guidance for Sustainable Golf Development has launched to widespread acclaim.
National Federations Align in Sustainability Drive
Five of the world's most proactive golf federations have become the first to announce multi-year partnerships with the Golf Environment Organization.
Unanimous Support for GEO Guidelines at World Forum
During the World Forum of Golf Architects' Environment Session in St Andrews, the Golf Environment Organization (GEO) debuted their draft Guidelines for Sustainable Golf Development.
Club Managers Association of America Partners with GEO
The CMAA has re-energized its environmental commitment with a landmark announcement that will both elevate the reputation of professional club managers, and support them in continually improving their environmental performance.