It's "Green Night" at the 'Zod. A environmental consultant estimates the team and its fans will generate 449 tons of carbon dioxide Tuesday traveling to the game, using energy at the Izod Center. Not to mention the 76ers' bus trip from Philadelphia. So to compensate--and emphasize the team's commitment to the environment, the team will invest in four energy-saving ventures overseas. It's called being carbon neutral.
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