Spring training is well underway and when it comes to spring training sustainability initiatives, the Arizona Diamondbacks are the team to beat.
In 2011, Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, the spring training facility that they share with the Colorado Rockies and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian community, became the first LEED Gold Certified sports venue of its kind.
It’s hard to believe we’re three months into 2016. Being that we’re in the heart of basketball season, it seems only natural to talk about one of our favorite teams in the NBA: The Portland Trail Blazers.
Not only are they shaking up the race to the playoffs with a hot winning streak, but the Trail Blazers are really living up to their name when it comes to sustainability.
Super Bowl 50 is just five days away and the city of San Francisco is pulling out all the stops. While the Broncos and Panthers gear up for the biggest game of the season, San Francisco is preparing for an estimated one million visitors this week.
We may be biased, but the Minnesota Twins have one beautiful ballpark. Since 2010, Target Field has been home to the MLB team and a must-see stadium for baseball fans. With the move to their own stadium from the former Metrodome, the Twins had the opportunity to build a sustainable organization from the ground up - and they did.
Relan sat down with Gary Glawe, Senior Director, Facilities for the Minnesota Twins to chat about the Twins’ sustainability efforts. We discussed fan engagement, diversion rates, and the LEED certified ballpark. Here’s what we learned:
Teaming up with Transitioning to Green, we sat down with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Portland Timbers, and San Diego Padres to talk sustainability in the world of sports. We are so inspired by these teams and their dedication to their communities and to building sustainable organizations. Check out our latest article with Triple Pundit on what we learned:
Last year, Shelton Group released a study that revealed how stadiums' sustainability efforts impacted attendees' attitudes toward and buying habits at stadiums. We pulled together some of our favorite statistics into the infographic below: