Seattle Vs. Denver: Who Wins the Sustainable Super Bowl?

Eco Living
Jan 30th, 2014 | By Amy Leibrock

Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos fans may not see eye to eye about who they want to win Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII, but supporters of these two football teams do share one thing in common: They live in eco-minded cities that continually compete with each other for spots on sustainable city lists, like this or this. So we thought we’d pit Denver against Seattle in our own EcoSmackdown to see who really comes out on top on food and fuel sustainability issues.

Scroll through the infographic below to learn more about how each city ranks on the issues and see who wins our (nonscientific) competition. You can also follow along on Twitter or Facebook with the hashtag #SustainableSuperBowl. May the most eco team win!

Denver Broncos vs Seattle Seahawks Sustainable Super Bowl

Amy Leibrock
Sustainable America Blog Editor

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