GamePlanEarth (GPE) is a season-long environmental initiative established and led by the Ravens to help make Baltimore a more sustainable city. Through activation, the team hopes to further inform fans about growing environmental challenges and encourage them to recycle, reuse and conserve.
Apply Today for the GamePlanEarth Ambassador Award.
The Ravens have opened applications for their Fifth Annual GamePlanEarth Ambassador Award, a program that recognizes and highlights a Baltimore-area school or organization that has implemented environmental initiatives and is a leader in the community. Schools are encouraged to apply for a chance to be presented with a $2,500 grant to assist in the continuation of their work. Applications will be accepted beginning on Aug. 27 through Oct. 8.
The Ravens’ GamePlanEarth reinforces M&T Bank Stadium’s LEED Gold Certification, a designation given to organizations who strive to deliver healthy, environmental-friendly, cost saving and energy and water-efficient operating buildings in the community. M&T Bank Stadium is the first professional football stadium in the country to achieve LEED’s Gold certification.
Baltimore Ravens Go Solar With Constellation
Constellation, a leading competitive retail energy supplier, and the Baltimore Ravens today announced an agreement to construct a 375-kilowatt (DC) solar generation project at the team's headquarters and training facility in Owings Mills, Md. Constellation, a longtime sponsor of the Baltimore Ravens, provides energy services to the team and is the "Official Energy Services Sponsor of the Baltimore Ravens." The roof-mounted solar power system expands the current energy services relationship.
Baltimore Bike Party & GamePlanEarth
On Friday August 25th the Ravens co-hosted a Purple Friday Baltimore Bike Party to support and encourage bike riding as an eco-friendly form of transportation in the city. Riders followed a bike route through the city and end in Parking Lot C of M&T Bank Stadium for an after party with nearly 1,000 participants.
GamePlanEarth & Healthy Harbor
On Wednesday August 23rd Ravens staff joined Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative to clean up litter, prime the “Green Alley” for a new painting mural and talk about solutions for trash pollution into the Baltimore Harbor.
GamePlanEarth in Ocean City, MD.
During the 8th Annual Ravens Beach Bash presented by Miller Lite, the Baltimore Ravens eco-friendly initiative GamePlanEarth teamed up with Ocean City Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation to promote the Strawless Summer Campaign. The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders and representative from Surfrider headed to the Ocean City Boardwalk and had restaurants/bars pledge to go strawless this summer, which commits to reducing single-use plastic. This summer Surfrider has pledges from over 50 restaurants and bars with more to come!
In our efforts to continue making Baltimore a greener, more sustainable city, the Baltimore Ravens teamed up with M&T Bank, The Parks & People Foundation, and an organization called The 6th Branch for our annual Earth Day volunteer event. Founded in 2010, The 6th Branch (T6B) is a military veteran led organization that works with neighborhood leaders to transform vacant lots into new and vital community green spaces as well as provide support to Baltimore City Public Schools. On Thursday, April 19th, we were able to make a BIG impact in the Baltimore community as we helped T6B with their ongoing restoration project of Ambrose Kennedy Park in Baltimore City.