Go Green………………if you enjoy BLACKOUTS!!!! Super Bowl shows all what’s wrong with Green Energy Scam!

Posted: February 4, 2013 in Uncategorized

The distance between “REALITY and Going GREEN” was about as evident last night during the U.S.A.’s star studded Super Bowl when the lights went out after the half time show as one could only imagine!

Get used to it. Al Gore screaming the end of the world BS has been exposed as a lunatic’s drivel and Obama’s relentless “war on fossil fuelled electrical generation” came to screeching halt last nigh for 32 minutes while millions of people looked at each other as if the world has just ended.

Anyone who has followed this Global Warming fake agenda since the beginning would have known immediately that the “best laid plans of mice and men aft go astray”!

Can’t spin your way out of this one you “Green idiots”!

Super Bowl City Leads on Energy Efficient Forefront

February 2, 2013 – 11:30am

New Orleans' Mercedes-Benz Superdome features more than 26,000 LED lights on the building's exterior. The system uses only 10 kilowatts of electricity, equivalent to powering a small home. | Photo courtesy of SMG.

New Orleans’ Mercedes-Benz Superdome features more than 26,000 LED lights on the building’s exterior. The system uses only 10 kilowatts of electricity, equivalent to powering a small home. | Photo courtesy of SMG.

While the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers compete to hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy this weekend, eco-friendly fans and city leaders in New Orleans are competing to maximize sustainability practices to the fullest.

To make this the greenest Super Bowl, the New Orleans Host Committee has partnered with fans and the community to offset energy use across the major Super Bowl venues. The exterior of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome features more than 26,000 LED lights on 96 full-color graphic display panels, designed to wash the building in a spectrum of animated colors, patterns and images. The system draws only 10 kilowatts of electricity — equivalent to the amount of energy used by a small home — and the lights are expected to last for many years before needing replacement.

Off the football field, New Orleans is embracing energy efficiency with help from the Energy Department. The city retrofitted four libraries using an integrative design approach — adding motion sensor lights, energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, and upgrades to the building envelopes.


Super Bowl Teams and Fans Blitz Global Warming

JAN 31, 2013 09:05 AM ET // BY TIM WALL

Fighting climate change may seem like a Hail Mary pass, but the New Orleans Super Bowl Host Committee is running a play, called Geaux Green, to tackle the emissions from the big game between the San Francisco 49′ers and the Baltimore Ravens. The Committee also developed a game plan for fans to block their own emissions from blitzing the planet’s atmosphere.

The electricity used by the Superdome, team hotels and other Super Bowl related venues will total approximately 4,500 megawatts and make Earth the receiver of 3.8 million pounds of carbon dioxide pollution. That gas release will be intercepted by the purchase of carbon credits at three different locations.

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Super Bowl Carbon Defensive Line:

  • Denton Landfill Gas – This landfill in Texas captures the methane released by rotting garbage and uses it to power electricity generators.
  • Garcia River Forest – Nearly 24,000 acres of redwood forest in northern California lock carbon away in the structural materials of the trees.
  • Green Meadows Farm – The 3,000 cows of this farm in Michigan produce tons of manure. The methane produced by that poo as it putrefies is collected and used to run electricity generators.

Fans can get some anti-climate-change game time by buying carbon credits to offset the pollution footprint they create when going long to travel to New Orleans. The Geaux Green website provides fans a means of calculating their carbon pollution and buying credits to sack their emissions.



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