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Viva Las Vegas as Lights go out for Earth Hour


Excerpted from ethical performance; click here to read the full article: 

Incredible Time-Lapse Video of Caesars Earth Hour 2014

The LINQ and High Roller go dark for the first time for Caesars Earth Hour 2014.
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View the video on YouTube here.

Excerpt from Caesars' Press Release on March 20th, 2014:

Caesars' Environmental Efforts Featured in Business Roundtable Report

A new report, “Create, Grow, Sustain: Celebrating Success,” highlights remarkable results of the sustainability efforts of 150 companies
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Hear from Business Roundtable CEOs, including Caesars Entertainment's Gary Loveman, on how their companies are contributing to today’s sustainability successes in Business Roundtable’s sustainability report, “Create, Grow, Sustain: Celebrating Success.

Link to the full report:


Wildlife Gets New Habitat on Lake Pontchartrain South Shore

Volunteers Help Plant Grasses to Break Up Concrete with Wetland

The plants sticking up through the muddy ground at Bayou St. John on Tuesday afternoon didn’t look like much, but in one, maybe two growing seasons, they should transform this area into a mini wetland.

Darkness at Caesars Entertainment Resorts and Casinos Illuminates Concerns About Climate Change During Earth Hour

2014 marks sixth consecutive year that Caesars Entertainment has partnered with Earth Hour, WWF
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LAS VEGASMarch 21, 2014 /3BL Media/ -- On March 29, 2014 between 8:30 p.m.

Caesars is the Only Entertainment-Gaming Company to Win Prestigious Climate Leadership Award


Eric Dominguez, Corporate Director of Engineering, Utilities, and Environmental Affairs, was on hand last Tuesday night in San Diego to receive the Climate Leadership Award for Excellence in Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Management—Goal Achievement on behalf of Caesars Entertainment.  The annual Climate Leadership Awards are sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Center for Co

Hotels Save Energy With a Push to Save Water

A new U.S. government program challenges lodgings to save water and energy.

By Brian Clark Howard

National Geographic


Las Vegas-based Caesars realized a double payoff when it gambled on saving water.

By cutting back on washing, lawn-sprinkling, and plain old waste, the hotel and gaming conglomerate saved both water and energy.


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