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Green Acres: Pac-12 Conference Holding One-Day Sustainability Symposium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 23 / 17

Pac-12 Conference schools and stakeholders will stage their first sustainability symposium Monday on the eve of next week’s Green Sports Alliance in Sacramento. Recycling, energy conservation and sponsorships sales will be just a few of the ways schools will address sustainability on their cam...

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