The Super Bowl Host Committee is making a big effort to reduce impact on climate change by delivering a low emissions event with a focus on transportation and temporary power. This is made possible through the help of the Bay Area Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and through use of Neste renewable diesel in many different areas.
In addition to encouraging people to use public transportation, the Host Committee is also providing a bike valet at Super Bowl City in order to encourage the use of emission-free transit. This bike valet will be present all 9 days of the activation, thanks to funding from BAAQMD, an organization focused on supporting low emission transportation. Super Bowl City goers are highly encouraged to bike and bike share, and BAAQMD is making this goal possible. This bike valet is one of many of the Host Committee’s sustainability initiatives that BAAQMD is supporting.
In addition to making efforts to reduce transportation emissions, the Host Committee is also dedicated to using renewable energy onsite. Neste NEXTBTL renewable diesel will be used in all Super Bowl City generators in order to reduce the activation’s negative impact on the environment and improve air quality.
The hope is that Super Bowl 50 will be an event that inspires locals and visitors alike to make decisions that positively impact the environment and the community. Learn more through our Play Your Part campaign