Sports

The Williams Sisters and Roger Federer Go Green By Default

by paige

As the US Open kicks off this week in New York City, it seems that the green standards now expected of major concert events has not quite reached the tennis

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The Philadelphia Eagles Go Green In More Ways Than One

by Michael dEstries

This post was contributed by Gina Stowe. Find out how you can contribute to Ecorazzi. I was motivated to investigate the ecological commitment of the team we Philadelphians affectionately refer

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Skateboarding Mogul Pierre André Senizergues Backs DiCaprio, Green Lifestyle

by Michael dEstries

Sports play a massive role in influencing large segments of the world’s population. One of the largest entrepreneurs in the world of skateboarding — and owner of the wildly successful

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‘Roo Sneakers not Posh for Becks

by stefani

We love strange eco-friendly stories, especially when tied to recent LA-transplants Posh and Becks (that’s Victoria and David Beckham to you newbies). As Beckham begins his legendary career with soccer

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The Thorpedo Sets His Sights On Climate Change Action

by Michael dEstries

Australian Olympic swimmer Ian Thorpe — aka, The ‘Thorpedo’ — is entering early retirement by channeling his energy into helping people understand the dangers of climate change. In a new

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Professional Mexican Wrestler Vows To Help Protect Pacific Coastline

by Michael dEstries

While I’ve yet to see the Jack Black movie, Nacho Libre, its take on the Mexican Wrestling league, or Lucha Libre, has me interested. At least, that’s what I can

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Green Pro Skateboarder Featured On Grist

by lynn

While skateboard tricks and stunts always amaze me, I’ve never really been a big fan of skateboarders, who generally just fly under my radar. And then there’s Bob Burnquist. Grist’s

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