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RCB is Game for Green are you?
Small steps that you can take to help RCB in this Noble Cause!!

Step 1: Champion the RCB Green Initiatives at your locality- Create Awareness about RCB Go Green Initiative and increase the RCB fans count

Step 2: Participate in all RCB Green Initiatives online as well as ask your friends & Family to do the same

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The 2nd RCB home game of this IPL season was against the Sun Risers Hyderabad, who are led by Sri Lankan wicketkeeper batsman, Kumar Sangakara.  The game began with, what has become tradition now, the signing of a sapling by the two captains and exchanging it with each other as a symbol of mutual commitment and support for the green cause.RCB’s been committed to the green cause since IPL 2010. It continually encourages all its stakeholders to adopt sustainable means of living. The fans, players and management could be seen wearing the green ribbons in support of the green cause. Also, RCB always encourages its fans to tell us about how they’ve been contributing to the cause of sustainability. The audiences in the owner’s lounge had the opportunity to write about their contribution to the environment on leaves attached to a pledge tree.
In the end, a Virat Kohli special sealed the game for the team in red and gold. Fans could be seen availing the the exclusive opportunity to car pool to the stadium to watch matches by their beloved Team RCB by being offered the option to travel comfortably whilst saving time, money and fuel! 
The Green match for this season is onthe 14th of May against KingsXI Punjab. Wear green in support of RCB’s green cause when you come to the match. Let's set the green ball rolling!!
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So, IPL 6 began with the much anticipated fanfare in Bangalore with the big clash between MI and the home team RCB. Keeping up the tradition of the sapling exchange,RCB’s on ground green initiatives began this year with Ricky Ponting and Virat Kohli signing a sapling and exchanging with each other as a symbol of mutual commitment and support for the green cause.
RCB fans also joined the team and enthusiastically sported green ribbons. Fans are also being provided the exclusive opportunity to car pool to the stadium to watch matches by their beloved Team RCB by being offered the option to travel comfortably whilst saving time, money and fuel! 
The tight match had the entire stadium stay packed till the last ball was bowled. With the match ending in RCB’s favour, fans celebrated the victory as Bangalore came alive past midnight. But, despite the late hour, BMTC’s Big 10 buses stood ready in front of the stadium, to help RCB fans commute conveniently and to promote usage of public transport together with RCB in helping the cause of reducing pollution. 

Going ahead, fans are also going to have more such exclusive facilities coming up in order to aid them in cheering on their favourite team this IPL! So..brace yourself, RCBians! Let’s go Big..Let’s go Green

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RCB has always glorified Bangalore with its super-cool temperament on the field. We have the perfect formula for success with Kohli’s dedication, Gayle’s sixes, extreme athleticism from de Villiers, Dilshan’s destructive force and guided by Vettori’s time tested decisive powers. In all, we constitute the most electrifying team on the planet. The one with the never-back-down attitude.

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RCB has always been as active a cricketing team, as it could possibly get on the field. But my friend, the story ends not here. In fact, it’s the beginning of a new chapter. For they have taken the charge of addressing the most critical concern of mankind: Earth’s depleting green cover. And there is no better a way to address these concerns than spreading the word about going green, through the people who care for it most: the royal fans of the royal team. Starting off with carbon footprint reductions, RCB became the first carbon neutral team. Now, propagating the thought forward through its fans, the team has decided to go greener than ever before. And why IPL is the chosen platform? Because it is that form of cricket which has broken all barriers and brought together people from different geographies to promote just one thing: the spirit of the sport. In its efforts to emphasize on the significance of Nature, and importance of every individual’s association with it, RCB has taken yet another step forward.
It has now come up with some amazing green merchandise, to showcase the efforts of those who are dedicated to the cause. You stand a chance to win these amazing goodies. If you use a solar water heater or know of someone who does, then pledge the emission reductions for your team at: http://www.royalchallengers.com/go-green Be a part of the RCB’s campaign to make ‘Namma Bangaluru’ greener, be a part of the Revolution. Be a part of Greenaissance! Know more at http://nextgenpms.com/rcb/greenaissance.php read more
These last two weeks have been great in the quest for carbon positivity for the Royal Challengers. Following a very active campaign on Facebook and Twitter, many fans have come forward to be a part of this Game for Green. Yes, we are getting a lot of responses. Yes, we are approaching our target at a fantastic rate. Yes, we are on the right path to create history. And we want your support to make it to the final goal! 
So log on to http://www.royalchallengers.com/go-green and pledge your emission reductions to create history!

What’s more - RCB is giving away some great merchandise to a lucky few fans who pledge emission reductions every week! So start pledging and stay tuned to this space to find out what you can win! read more
Green Faqs
  • Carbon Neutral –What?
    The atmosphere has a natural supply of greenhouse gases (GHG). These gases capture heat and keep the surface... read more >
  • Carbon Neutral – Why?
    Every time we travel, watch television, use computers or even have a cricket match, we add greenhouse gases to the atmosphere... read more >
  • Carbon Neutral – How?
    Going Carbon neutral might be a big task but small contributions and efforts we RCB fans make can definitely help RCB in its... read more >
  • Carbon Neutral – When?
    The Game begins this April!! Watchout the RCB Go Green Page for details
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