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Target Field gains LEED Silver operations certification
Written by Kevin Reichard   
Friday, 16 December 2011 15:10
Minnesota Twins

Good news for the Minnesota Twins and Minnesota residents: Target Field, is the first sports facility to be LEED-certified both for new construction and the operation and maintenance of the ballpark.

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Brewers, Miller Park going green during week-long celebration
Written by Kevin Reichard   
Monday, 06 June 2011 19:34

The Milwaukee Brewers will highlight the environmentally advanced features of Miller Park and how the ballpark is run during the team's inaugural "Green Week" from June 20-26, as the Brewers will launch their "Brewing a Greener Game" sustainability initiative.

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NHL launches water-neutral Stanley Cup series
Written by Kevin Reichard   
Thursday, 02 June 2011 14:50

NHL Green, the National Hockey League’s sustainability initiative, will oversee the NHL Water Restoration Project, an first-ever attempt to balance the League’s water footprint, with the goal of making the 2011 Stanley Cup Final the first ever water-neutral series in League history.

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Solar array going up on Chase Field
Written by Kevin Reichard   
Thursday, 10 February 2011 17:09

Chase Field Solar Array

Another improvement to Chase Field as the Arizona Diamondbacks prepare for a big season: an addition that will generate 75 kilowatts of solar power and also provide needed shade for fans as they enter and exit the ballpark.

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Lancaster JetHawks go green
Written by Kevin Reichard   
Monday, 20 December 2010 01:35
As part of a citywide emphasis on green energy, Clear Channel Stadium, the home of the Lancaster JetHawks (High Class A; California League), will have solar panels installed before the season that will supply 98 percent of the electricity needed to run the ballpark on a game night.
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AEG: Arenas need greening
Written by Kevin Reichard   
Tuesday, 16 November 2010 15:39
Industry giant AEG is pushing new environmental standards for the concert industry, meaning that arenas could be pushed by potential vendors to adopt green management practices.
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The new DECC arena, shown here in a walkthrough, could be one of the first LEED-certified arenas in the United States. Video courtesy of HOK Sport.

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