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Use our Going Out Guide map to find a LEED-certified sports stadium in your region.

When USGBC released the LEED in Motion: Venues report earlier this year, we also shared our Going Out Guide, an interactive display of LEED-certified sports stadiums, concert halls, theaters, restaurants and other event spaces across the United States. Pro sports facilities have increasingly made strides in attaining green features, and now you can search for them on our map. Chances are, there's one near you.

For many fans, summer is synonymous with baseball, and there are plenty of examples of state-of-the-art green ballparks. Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins, recently achieved LEED Gold certification after many years of making sustainability a priority. The LEED Silver Nationals Park brings fans in droves to southeast Washington, D.C., and AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, was an early adopter of using LEED standards to reach sustainability goals.

Curious about what's in your area? Whether you're into baseball, basketball or football, use our Going Out Guide to find a stadium near you that makes a commitment to reducing its footprint through LEED certification.

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