27-HOUR RUN FOR COP27

27-HOUR RUN FOR COP27

27-HOUR RUN FOR COP27
BY Elli Smith

hylo athletics are showing up for COP27 in the only way we know how - by running like the world depends on it… 

For 27 hours straight. The company’s first running endurance challenge will see 12 team members tackle day and night shifts running London’s landscapes, parks and streets.
Starting on Tuesday 8th November, midway through the conference the team will be raising money for Common Goal, their charity partner, as well aiming to increase awareness around COP27.


COP27 is another opportunity to make meaningful change and inspire more action on climate. Between 6th-18th November, Heads of State, ministers and negotiators along with climate activists, mayors and civil society representatives will meet in Egypt for COP27.
Those meeting will build on the outcomes of COP26 discussion actions on greenhouse gas emissions, building resilience and adapting to the impacts of climate change - as well as an array of other subjects.
And hylo’s 27-hour challenge is our very own active(ism).

About Common Goal

Common Goal is a movement which aims to “embed purpose at the heart of the football industry and use football as an enabler to inspire a shift in mindset.” The movement was born over twenty years ago with the creation of streetfootballworld and has grown into a global movement - now known as Common Goal.
You can donate to Common Goal here - just reference #hylo27hours in the message section. 
You can read more about our partnership and the power of the 1% here.

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