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This magazine explores various issues in sports facility management with an emphasis on "green" stadiums and facilities.
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The 5 Best "Green" Stadiums in the World

The grass on the playing field is no longer the only green thing in newer pro-sports stadiums around the world. More frequently, fans are being treated to touchdowns, goals, and record-breaking ...
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GREEN: Pocono Raceway Solar Farm Hits Milestone

GREEN: Pocono Raceway Solar Farm Hits Milestone | Sports Facility Management.4304776 | Scoop.it
Ten Million Kilowatt Hours of electricity have been produced at the 25-acre facility.
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Sports and Recreation Facilities Remain a Challenge for Proponents of Sustainable Design

Sports and Recreation Facilities Remain a Challenge for Proponents of Sustainable Design | Sports Facility Management.4304776 | Scoop.it
The good intentions of architects and clients have gotten even better, but sports and recreation facilities remain a challenge for proponents of sustainable design.
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6 Ways to Prepare for an Event Emergency | BizBash

6 Ways to Prepare for an Event Emergency | BizBash | Sports Facility Management.4304776 | Scoop.it
As people begin to recover from tragedy following the Boston Marathon, one refrain seems to echo: longstanding, proud, celebratory events such as this will continue undaunted in the face of terrorism.
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Publicly funded sports arenas add little to local economy, report says

Publicly funded sports arenas add little to local economy, report says | Sports Facility Management.4304776 | Scoop.it
Publicly financed sports arenas do not provide a positive economic impact to communities, according to a new report released Friday by the city's Legislative Reference Bureau.
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NASCAR, Sprint, and Coca Cola's Sustainability and Recycling Initiatives Are Driven by Their Fans - Forbes

NASCAR, Sprint, and Coca Cola's Sustainability and Recycling Initiatives Are Driven by Their Fans - Forbes | Sports Facility Management.4304776 | Scoop.it
“Before I say anything about what our team has done, credit goes to our fans who come to the to the track and to our entire industry, “said Dr. Michael Lynch, Managing Director of Green Innovation for NASCAR .
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Wrigley Field to Receive $500M Facelift

Wrigley Field to Receive $500M Facelift | Sports Facility Management.4304776 | Scoop.it
chicago The Chicago Cubs and the city have agreed on details of a $500million facelift for Wrigley Field, including an electronic video screen that is nearly three times as large as the one currently atop the center-field bleachers of the...

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Kent Herron's curator insight, April 17, 2013 11:15 PM

Thats right $500million facelift, eat your heart out Joan Rivers.