Monday is Earth Day, and MLB's 30 clubs will mark this occasion in many ways. Expect to see a carbon-neutral game in Boston and a ceremonial first pitch from an Environmental Protection Agency executive in Minnesota, among others. Read
Pittsburgh Pirates principal owner and chairman Bob Nutting was honored by the Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC) for his role in the sports industry's work to adopt sustainable business practices. Read
Businesses that are part of the Massachusetts WasteWise program attended a forum at Fenway Park that recognized the Red Sox, TD Garden and The Colonnade Hotel in their efforts to reduce food waste in their operations. More
The Phillies were recognized by Community Energy Solar as one of a handful of charter customers during the "Turn the Power On" celebration for Keystone Solar -- the largest solar project in Pennsylvania. Read
Bud Selig will be honored by the Green Sports Alliance with its first Environmental Leadership Award. The Green Sports Alliance is a nonprofit organization that helps sports leagues enhance their environmental performance. Read
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