From the first All-Star Game to be played under energy-efficient LED lights to the Cardinals' seventh annual Green Week, Major League Baseball brings a smaller carbon footprint and a larger environmental intelligence to Earth Day. More
Teams across the league are doing their part to celebrate Earth Day. In Seattle, the Mariners are staging a carbon neutral game. In Cincinnati, plans are being unveiled for what might be the greenest All-Star Week in history. More
MLB is partnering with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) to help ensure that All-Star Week incorporates environmentally intelligent features. This will be the sixth All-Star Week that MLB and NRDC have worked together. More
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
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