TATAMI

Safety in

GREEN KARATE

Adidas Best-Sport

#GreenKarate project, a ground-breaking initiative to put Karate at the forefront of sustainability in sports.

Following the recommendations of the IOC's Olympic Agenda 2020+5, and in its efforts to foster a more sustainable world, the WKF has created a pioneering project to make Karate a more environmentally friendly sport.

In cooperation with the WKF's main partners, the #GreenKarate project is designed to promote the production and widespread use of sustainable Karate equipment. Through this initiative, the WKF and its partners pledge to produce Karate gear, protections and tatamis fabricated with at least 70% of recycled materials.

All "WKF Approved" equipment produced with at least 70% of recycled materials will bear the "WKF Approved Green Karate" label.

NEWS GREENKARATE

Imagen noticia

Anzhelika Terliuga (UKR): "It means a lot to me to win medals for my country"

2022-05-26

One of the most popular and followed karatekas in the world, Anzhelika Terliuga of Ukraine caused a sensation on day 2 of the 2022 European Karate Championships as she gave an impressive demonstration of Karate abilities to qualify for the final in the category of Female Kumite -55kg.

READ MORE
Imagen noticia

WKF develops Karate as sustainable sport

2022-04-07

The World Karate Federation is launching the #GreenKarate project, a ground-breaking initiative to put Karate at the forefront of sustainability in sport.

READ MORE

#GREENKARATE PHOTOS

#GREENKARATE LIFE VIDEOS