Solar-powered Super Bowl – an annotated infographic

The 50th US Super Bowl promises to be the most sustainable in the sporting event’s 50-year history, thanks to the 68,500-seat Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, home of the San Francisco 49ers, and this year’s Super Bowl host. With 1,150 solar panels and a 27,000 square foot ‘green’ roof, Levi’s stadium is the first NFL stadium to achieve a LEED Gold certification in sustainability, and produces sufficient power to ensure that this year’s Super Bowl will be a net-zero energy game Picture this – a golden anniversary, in the golden state, powered in part by golden rays of sunshine. Having trouble? … Continue reading Solar-powered Super Bowl – an annotated infographic

#EarthHour2014 is at 8.30pm this Saturday night – lights off for wildlife – an annotated infographic

Earth Hour is this Saturday, March 29. Our infographic today charts the growth of the Earth Hour concept since it began in 2007. Once again, this year on Saturday night at 8:30pm GMT, millions of people around the world will be turning off their lights for one hour as direct action against climate change. Visit the E&T home page to see the full infographic, with all the details and information about how Earth Hour is celebrated around the world. You’ll need to scroll down the page a bit… a bit more… little bit more… that’s it, there it is! Click … Continue reading #EarthHour2014 is at 8.30pm this Saturday night – lights off for wildlife – an annotated infographic