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  Global warming, climate change, going green are some of the most used words today. However most of the things said and done in the name of Green generally do not have much scientific depth or understanding behind them. At RCB, we did not want to do what is done normally and generally, but something different and better! RCB’s green initiatives are a result of an extensive research and analysis, not just a shot in the dark. As we mentioned earlier, we had 2 very important parameters (namely environmental impact reduction and fan engagement) which were important for us while deciding on the initiatives to take. Taking these parameters we made a 2x2 matrix, which is something as mentioned below   royal challengers The vertical axis denotes the amount of fan engagement and the horizontal axis denotes the amount of environmental impact reduction (in tons of CO2). The yellow line divides the matrix into 2 regions, one red and the other green. The green region is the one which is higher both on fan engagement and environmental impact reduction. This is the region in which all of our initiatives are concentrated. Eg. Waste Management and RCB Bus are high both on environmental impact reduction. Planting saplings in the stadium may not be so high in environmental impact reduction but we surely managed to engage and influence a lot of fans through the television and inside the stadium. Similarly green ribbons worn by players are again an initiative high on fan engagement and influence to Go Green. The Sampling project sits right at the top of the Green Region and it’s probably the highest both in fan engagement and environmental impact reduction. We urge you to plant as many sampling as possible. A short trivia: The amount of CO2 absorbed by a fully grown tree in a year is around 20kgs, whereas the amount of CO2 emissions by taking one flight from Bangalore to Delhi is around 576kgs! So to make RCB Green, we need the support of all of you, to plant as many saplings as possible! RCB is the first IPL team to think about its environmental impact and take up steps to reduce it. We, the RCB fans, are proud to support our Champions both on and off the field. RCB is Game for Green, Are You?  
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Vidhyasagar.indrajeet.-Kudchi on 19 Apr 2010, 10:37 PM
wow RC taking up the green cause is really noble. I really liked that graphical representation you have shown. Looking forward to more such interesting stuff on your blog. http://facebook.com/road2aclt20
Sreejith-Iyer on 30 Mar 2010, 07:46 PM
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