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The Green Ribbon

royal challengers All of you must have seen and heard about the red ribbon and the pink ribbon symbolizing different social initiatives like AIDS awareness amongst others. These symbols help everyone to instantly and deeply get committed to the cause that they are supporting. Their reach, acceptability and the power to bring about positive change is tremendous. They indeed speak much more than a thousand words! Royal Challengers Bangalore has taken the noble and proactive cause of promoting Green Living starting this IPL season. At RCB we believe in leading by example and have taken a number of initiatives to reduce our own environmental impact reduction along with educating others. As a symbol of our commitment to the green cause, all RCB players and the team management wear green ribbons during every match. During the match, there are many ups and downs, both mentally and physically, however the green ribbon stays till the end. Similarly, our commitment to the green cause is long term. There would be skeptics and detractors as usual; however we would always support our mother earth. So if you support the Green Cause of RCB, make a green ribbon at your home and show it off during RCB matches! RCB is Game for Green, Are You?
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bappaditya on 12 Jan 2013, 09:02 PM
go green
lucky4rcb on 30 Dec 2012, 01:05 PM
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sudhirRCCB on 30 Oct 2012, 05:07 PM
hope i get some of them
sudhirRCCB on 28 Oct 2012, 02:34 PM
gr8 workk
sudhirRCCB on 17 Oct 2012, 10:40 PM
current iceland volcanic eruption, due to global warming, deforestation, current mobile phones, vechiles,artifiacal systems, multi dimensional grid, multiple earths, parrallel universes
Vidhyasagar.indrajeet.-Kudchi on 18 Apr 2010, 04:37 PM
goverment of india, respective states goverment, must bank,protect sayhadris forest to secure future rains.
Vidhyasagar.indrajeet.-Kudchi on 18 Apr 2010, 04:36 PM
@RCBlrRocks: Plastic bottles are not allowed because it can be a security hazard, so that is a dead end. All plastic glasses are collected back and recycled. However plastic glasses are sometimes better than paper cups because plastic can be recycled whereas paper cups can't(not because of technology, but because of economics). Great to see your interest, do put in your suggestions on the Green Bangalore Initiative
richierich on 04 Apr 2010, 06:23 PM
@richierich: I went through steyngun123 comment... You are doing a great job... Its good to hear that u have stopped fireworks. I would suggest powdered flowers or something that can be blast in the air or be showered etc. would make a great alternative...
@steyngun123: Its a good thought to recycle 4's and 6's papers but u can ensure that you collect them back while the crowd leaves the stadium and redistribute them the same in the next match. Or just like the RCB flags have small version 4's and 6's on a piece of cloth. But 1 thing that needs immediate attention is the plastic glasses collected near the drinking water facility. This is also because the water bottles that crowd gets from their home are not allowed inside the stadium.
RCBlrRocks on 04 Apr 2010, 04:26 PM
Hey Ashok, Girish and Abhishek, thanks for supporting RCB's Green cause. @Abhishek please refer to the comments of my colleague Abhishek on your concerns. We are taking every step possible to reduce the environmental impact.Will put in some photographs of our initiatives in the next post. You must have also noticed that the fire crackers have been stopped from the last match!

Would be great to see all of you with green ribbons next match onwards.RCB is Game for Green, Are You?
richierich on 04 Apr 2010, 03:40 PM
@Ashok and Girish, thanks for your support, would be great to see you in green ribbons, will make sure that the camera spots it!

@Abhishek-4's and 6's are necessary to keep the tempo of the game, but we will try and see how we can reduce them. However we ensure that all the 4's and 6's,trumpets, plastic bottles etc. are segregated and recycled. Moreover some of the 4's and 6's are printed on recycled paper and the plan is to have everything on recycled paper next year onwards.Thanks for your inputs,keep sending across your thoughts!
steyngun123 on 04 Apr 2010, 03:33 PM
@Richa: RCB is going green its great!!! I went to stadium on 16th March and what concerned me was the papers and banners of 4's and 6's being distributed in the stadium by RCB. Shouldn't we save paper to get more green? Also the Kingfisher trumpet/whistle and other plastic glasses and stuff. If the RCB manages to keep plastic and use of papers out of Chinnaswamy stadium the green campaign will be effective.
RCBlrRocks on 04 Apr 2010, 01:48 PM
Go Green !! Game for Green.. you will see me on 17th April with a green ribbon !!!
Girish4RCB on 04 Apr 2010, 10:59 AM
Sure, always support Go Green!!! and save Earth....
Ashok-Patel on 03 Apr 2010, 02:42 AM
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