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Are there ways to make sports more environmentally friendly while still keeping them good? (e.g. There are a couple of good synthetic grasses made from recycled tires that I know do well for soccer -- not sure about football. Are any synthetics that are good to play on -- and if so...Is astroturf a better surface than grass from an environmental perspective because although you have an embodied energy to synthesize it after it is installed there is no upkeep where with grass needs fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and lawn mowing?)--Joshua
07:33, 10 September 2007 (PDT)