Super Bowl 50 kicks off in less than 24 hours. And the #GreenestSuperBowlEver and the Sports-Greening movement more broadly continue to gain attention from a variety of quarters. Check out these stories posted in the last 48 hours
- The Sustainable Investor is bullish on the Greening of Super Bowl 50: ow.ly/Y2955
- Ex-NFL player Ovie Mughelli, an early eco-athlete, announced on Super Bowl 50 Eve he is joining NextGen Climate, which “acts politically to prevent climate disaster and promote prosperity for all Americans,” and Green For All, a great organization that aims “to build an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty,” to push the the United States to transition to more than 50% clean energy by 2030, promoted via the #50By30 hashtag. I need to talk to Ovie Mughelli! Watch this space.
- Rose Caiola, host of the ReWireMe podcast, interviewed yours truly on the Super Bowl’s Greenness and how women “get green” much more so than do men, and what that means for Green-Sports: ow.ly/Y2cwo
- Neill Duffy, the Host Committee’s Sustainability Director shared the Super Bowl 50 greening story with Denver’s ABC affiliate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-kRROIdclA
- Finally, this 60 second PSA, airing on San Francisco’s ABC and CBS affiliate, emphasizes the Bay Area-ness along with the Greenness of Super Bowl 50:
OK, now that you’re all-in on the Greenness of Super Bowl 50, enjoy the game!
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