Tag Archives: NASCAR
Energy Freedom

The Unlikely Merging of Sustainability and Auto Racing

When elections roll around, NASCAR fans are often touted as a symbol of mainstream America. So it’s heartening to discover that this demographic is actually quite eco-friendly – according to a NASCAR poll, 80 percent of fans believe in climate change and 2 out of 3 support personal climate action.   As NASCAR driver Leilani […]

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Race to the finish

NRDC helping NASCAR fans see the green light

The Huffington Post recently published an article that climate change activists might have never imagined possible: a senior scientist from the NRDC announcing a partnership with NASCAR.   On its face, the partnership between a major environmental organization and a high-octane gas-guzzling racing behemoth may cause activists to scratch their heads in pause. But, as […]

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Pocono Raceway Claims Largest Solar-Powered Sports Stadium

Pocono Raceway Claims Largest Solar-Powered Sports Stadium

This article, posted today on Environmental Leader (www.environmentalleader.com), outlines NASCAR's plans to create a 25-acre solar installation that should produce 72 million kilowatts of energy over the next 20 years. This may seem like an unlikely move for NASCAR but according to a recent survey, three out of four NASCAR fans believe that everyone has […]

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