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Big League Enviros
Posted By Shay On March 31, 2008 @ 7:44 pm In Nature & Environment, Socially Responsible Business | No Comments
With the start of the baseball season underway, The Wall Street Journal’s enviro blog (”Environmental Capital”) takes a look at what teams are preaching green this season, and no we don’t mean signing bonuses or debating natural versus fake turf.
Rob Nuttig, the Mother Earth News publisher and owner of the Pittsburg Pirates, is one of the champions of a new, greener image. And, our own regional favorites—the World Champion Boston Red Sox—have even taken to public service announcements.
Baseball isn’t any different than the scores of other businesses that have suddenly discovered the virtues of environmental stewardship—with one huge difference. Lots of people actually watch, and care about, what happens in baseball.
“Our other businesses have the scale. The Pirates aren’t as big, but they have the visibility,” said Mr. Nutting.
Read more of Keith Johnson’s report  here, and find out how and why big league owners are seeing green.
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