The Pepsi Center, home of the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche and the NLL’s Colorado Mammoth, will be offering an alternative to paper and plastic cups that have traditionally been Continue Reading
The home of the Minnesota Vikings and host of the 2019 NCAA Men’s Final Four has become the first professional sports venue to be certified as LEED Platinum. U.S. Bank Continue Reading
Open Water has partnered with World Surf League to be the exclusive packaged water option of the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing presented by Swatch. The nine-day event in Huntington Continue Reading
Sporting events in the United States bring more than 200 million people together every year. Unfortunately, they also produce huge amounts of waste. But there are steps that sports organizations, venues and destinations can take to ensure a more sustainable event—and one that leaves participants and spectators feeling better about themselves and the planet. Download this handbook to learn all you need to know about how to make your events greener.
Typically, a car hurtling along the roadway without a driver at 200 miles per hour would be terrifying—a horrendous accident in the making. But what if such a car could help Continue Reading
The World Surf League has announced a series of sustainability commitments that include becoming carbon neutral and eliminating single-serve plastics at events by the end of 2019. The league also Continue Reading