82OLYMPIC REVIEWwww.olympic.orgOLYMPICREVIEWOLYMPIC GAMESAND THEENVIRONMENTOur cover story focuseson how the IOC helps to provide sustainable development legacies andimproved environmentalpolicies and practiceswhen the Olympic Games are granted to ahost city.OLYMPIC GAMESIN PICTURESOlympic Reviewshowcases previouslyunseen classic images ofpast editions of the Gamesrecently unearthed by theIOC image department.SUBSCRIPTIONSNEXTISSUEOlympic Review has a cover price of 10 Swiss Francs per issue (notincluding postage). To subscribe to the magazine, please tick the language version you would prefer to receive (French/English/Spanish)and choose one of the three payment methods. FRENCHENGLISHSPANISHPlease send the subscription form below to: Olympic ReviewSubscriptions, Château de Vidy, c. p. 356, 1007 Lausanne, Switzerland Fax + 41 21 621 6356FIRST NAMELAST NAMEORGANISATIONADDRESSPOST/ZIP CODECOUNTRYEMAILI would like to subscribe to Olympic Review for one year.Please tick one of the boxes below to indicate your mailing address.Subscription for one year is50 CHF - Mailing Address in EUROPE70 CHF - Mailing Address in REST OF WORLDThe subscription fee will be sent by (please tick one box):Bank transfer to the IOC account 243-312883.03Q, to UBS SA, 1002 Lausanne (BIC : UBSWCHZH80A - IBAN CH41 0024 3243 3128 8303 Q);International postal mandate in Swiss Francs addressed to the Olympic Museum Lausanne, Publications service, P.O. Box 1121, 1001Lausanne, Switzerland.Visa credit card only (please indicate the cardholder, card number andexpiry date below and post to the address above).CARD HOLDERVISA CARD NO EXPIRY DATESIGNATURE ?
BRINGINGTHEOLYMPIC VALUESTOLIFEThe DVD enclosed in this edition of Olympic Reviewdemonstrates how the core values of the IOC and the Olympic Movement - Excellence,Friendship and Respect - are brought to life through their ongoing projects around the world. The 20-minute DVD profiles the Olympic Movement's programmes in the areas of development through sport, Olympic Solidarity, women and sport,sport and peace, athletes' career programme, Sport for All, sport and environment, and culture and Olympic education. It blends powerful movingimages and music with stirring messages from those who live by, are inspired by, or benefit from the core Olympic values every day. IOC President Jacques Rogge said: "With this DVD, we hope to broaden the public's awareness of the Olympic Movement's programmes andillustrate the impact our activities are having on athletes, children and ordinary citizens around the world."