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RCB's Game for Green initiative.

The legends, Anil & Sachin share a light moment just before the toss. It's just great to see the legends bond.

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A close-up of the Game for Green handover's.


 


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The 3 legends.


 


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Our cappy Anil hands over the green ribbon's & the sapling to Sachin as part of the RCB Game for Green initiative.


 


 


cheers !!!


Ashish Parmar


Chief Photographer - RCB

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manjukashyap on 22 Apr 2010, 06:00 AM
Guys, First try and understand that RCB's Go Green is different from UNEP's tie up with the IPL.
@harsha Have u had a look at the go green page? Did u not think the car-pooling tool or the free bus ride to and from the stadium as measures to conserving the environment?
The important part of any "Go-Green" campaign is to reduce, reuse and recycle. RCB is doing it's part by taking steps! It's trying to spread the message if not for everything!
I agree with everyone else who think that Green tip of the day is nothing more than a stupid waste of 5 secs delay to the toss!


Kunal
KunJan on 22 Apr 2010, 04:51 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcKqMkYXzYU&feature=related
sai-charan2 on 21 Apr 2010, 12:01 AM
CHAK DE BENGALORE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcKqMkYXzYU&feature=related
sai-charan2 on 21 Apr 2010, 12:00 AM
@spirit, I have gone through those links and agree that RCB is 'trying to be green'.

I have nothing much to add to my earlier comments...it will only sound like more blah blah blah to you.

But hope the team management will soon comeback with some numbers showing how much CO2 RCB+KSCA has added into the atmosphere during this IPL and how much of that has been offset by 'Game for Green' initiatives.

You are posting great pictures and we have enjoyed every one of them. Now all we want is RCB to win the IPL...thats all I expect from the team.

@JamWall, you have hit the nail on its head! thanks for your understanding!
harsha-vardhan on 20 Apr 2010, 10:47 PM
@harsha
Adding to your point...We see "Green tip of the day" by commentator before every match..I really cant find any relevance of it and they are doing it just for the sake of doing it..
And thanks for ur comment
JamWall on 20 Apr 2010, 10:31 PM
@ harsha vardhan -Whatever you have said about crackers, flights, CO2.....blah blah blah will anyway go on. Here are a few links which might throw some light on your thoughts.... again this is only for, by & of RCB !

http://www.royalchallengers.com/go-green/rcb-bus-timings

http://www.royalchallengers.com/go-green

suggest you go through the links carefully & get back with sincere comments in comparison with other IPL teams.
spirit on 20 Apr 2010, 10:26 PM
Let me start by saying something about my profession- I work with environmental issues professionally, taking care of the green initiatives for a large fashion company.

I am a huge fan of RCB and appreciative whatever little they are doing for the green cause...
...But...in my opinion all this is nothing but 'green-washing' of the minds of all the fans and general public.

Imagine the huge energy being spent due to the flood-lights (but the matches cannot be played during the day, can they?!), thousands of players/staff/fans flying from one city to another everyday adding tons of CO2 into the atmosphere, those dazzling fire-works whenever a host team wins a match...I can go on and on...There is nothing remotely green about the IPL. Whom are we trying to fool?

I do not wish to be preachy and I do not expect things to change. But the least we can do is stop pretending to be "green" and throw away those green ribbons.
harsha-vardhan on 20 Apr 2010, 10:16 PM
Good Work Ashish
JamWall on 20 Apr 2010, 10:05 PM