Major league baseball is making an effort in coordination with all of its teams to go a little greener. They have teamed up with the Natural Resources Defense Council to make the ballparks and team practices more sustainable by conserving water and energy as well as implementing recycling programs for the huge amounts of waste that are created at games. Many teams are making a strong effort to comply with outside party demands. New stadiums, like the Washington National’s, are being built LEED certified. Clubs are also given software programs to monitor energy consumption and make suggestions for ways to reduce it.
The Philadelphia Eagles have started an initiative called “Go Green”. One component of this is to ask their fans on their Web site to always recycle when at games. In addition, the Eagles joined the Stop Global Warming Virtual March On Washington.
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