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How the Sports & Arts Scenes Are Going Green with Kristen Fulmer of the Oak View Group
Episode 136th October 2022 • Pulp Nonfiction • Sustana Fiber
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Welcome to Pulp Nonfiction: The Paper and Packaging Podcast!

This month's guest is Kristen Fulmer, a passionate environmentalist and the newly named Senior Director of Sustainability at the Oak View Group (OVG) in Los Angeles, provides us with a behind the scenes view of how Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena’s “Rain to Rink” system results in “green ice,” what’s being done to engage more fans in recycling their paper cups and other recyclables at ballgames and concerts, how sports and entertainment venues are minimizing their energy usage and maximizing water conservation, and much more!

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Hosted by Sustana Fiber’s Greg Johnson, Director of New Business Development, and Dr. Marta Pazos, a leading sustainable packaging materials scientist, this monthly video podcast series features fascinating discussions on several trending topics involving sustainability.




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