Apycom jQuery Menus

The team's efforts to keep the environment safe.

Green is Simple?

Everyone desires to Go Green these days. After all who doesn’t want to save planet earth? Who would not want to save the future generations from rising sea levels, cyclones, droughts, heat and dust. And more importantly who does not want Bangalore weather to be as it was ten years ago (the heat is killing!). But is going green so difficult? Or is going green so easy? What does it take to Go Green? Is it about simple steps like switching off lights when unnecessary, repairing leaking taps, segregating and disposing waste properly, using your ACs only when required, planting a tree in your neighborhood etc. Or is it very difficult to make small changes in your lifestyle which can help reduce your carbon footprint? RCB has taken the first small step with its green initiatives. This small step will create big impact only with the support of you, the fans of RCB! We urge all of you to take small simple steps and join hands together towards a greener planet. As a first step participate in the Sapling Project. We will come out with the Green Bangalore initiative soon, watch this space for more updates. Its all about the intent in the end, RCB is Game for Green, Are You?  
Post a comment
Notify me of follow-up comments?
Latest comments
sudhirRCCB on 27 Nov 2013, 08:32 PM
sudhirRCCB on 16 Sep 2013, 09:59 PM
RCB love you forever
sudhirRCCB on 21 May 2013, 10:25 PM
sudhirRCCB on 02 Nov 2012, 11:12 PM
yeah Green is simple but hard to maintain
sudhirRCCB on 28 Oct 2012, 02:37 PM
ya it is
sudhirRCCB on 18 Oct 2012, 10:52 PM
Cool Idea to club RCB clubbers..wish to bump into interesting people here.
vk16 on 19 Apr 2010, 02:44 AM
Hi Richa,
This is concerning ur earlier post about RCB Buses.The timings given in that post are with regards to the 8pm match. I would like to know if there any RCB Fan Buses for Tomorrow's match against Mumbai Indians.If so, can u please update the timings and stops of the various buses. Any info would be great.
RohitShetty on 16 Apr 2010, 08:31 PM
In Bangalore we observe EARTH HOURS DAILY for about 3-4 hrs
Sapling go green Bangalore is a fantastic thing to happen... hope it continues to become ever green project.
hina on 15 Apr 2010, 07:27 PM
getting help from united states of america biotechnology, will develop food product
Vidhyasagar.indrajeet.-Kudchi on 14 Apr 2010, 10:47 PM
protection of sayhadris forest belt, will bank and secure future rains,
Vidhyasagar.indrajeet.-Kudchi on 14 Apr 2010, 10:46 PM
@Ibrahim: Thanks for your comment.You must have noticed that we have already stopped the use of fireworks in all RCB matches in Bangalore, we have just a small flash flame now! All the saplings planted in the RCB match vs DD by Anil Kumble, Dravid, Vijay and Siddhartha Mallya have been planted in UB group building and we assure and ensure that they are been well taken care of. However I do agree to your point that some of the public display saplings elsewhere do not find a proper place post the event.
richierich on 14 Apr 2010, 05:15 PM
RCB can set a pretty loud example about going Green, if the match organizers are requested not to do fireworks everytime there is a RCB match and RCB wins it. This way we could speak practical about going green. Just Planting a sapling is nothing great, you can plant it today and if no one takes care of the sapling , it will just wither away, how many of the saplings that are planted in public display are taken care off later??
Ibrahim-Khan on 14 Apr 2010, 05:06 PM
subscribe to rss
Go GREEN Videos
Green Partner
Green Supporters
Rotaract Club of Bangalore South
Rotaract Club of Bangalore South
Lions Club of Bangalore West
Leo Club of Bangalore West
Vasavi Vidyaniketan School, Bangalore
Holy Child Convent, Bangalore
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Shimoga
AIT, Chikmagalur
Stonehill International School
QuEST- Global
Easy Cabs
Rotary Club of Lavelle Road, Bangalore
Rotaract Club of Lavelle Road, Bangalore