Was a Super Bowl ad featuring late President John F. Kennedy based on the mistaken impression that seawater and blood have the same amount of salt in them?
Just in time to host Super Bowl XLVIII, MetLife Stadium gets the nod for its green food-service practices. Continue reading →
With the 2014 Super Bowl approaching quickly, super fans are anxious about the weather conditions during the game. Join Trace as he explains the earliest time that you can predict the weather, and why that prediction might not even be correct.
Winter's midpoint in the Northern Hemisphere occurs today: Super Bowl Sunday.
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. ->
At the slick new Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis even the lights shining on the New York Giants and New England Patriots will be accounted for by renewable energy certificates.