In elementary school, we were all taught the importance of recycling – collecting newspapers or bottles to start eco-friendly daily habits. Nowadays, universities across the nation engage in sustainability competitions and organize campus sustainability leaders. My own university, the University of Virginia (Wahoowa!), organized events like the Dorm Energy Race in which dorms compete to use the least energy, or the Game Day Challenge in which attendees to a football game are encouraged to recycle. These types of events are emulated throughout various American universities. With buzz phrases like “Go Green” or products ranging from cars to detergents, green practices are a growing addition to our everyday vocabulary and purchasing habits. For example, an ABC award show that recognizes individual and team athletic achievements, the ESPY’s, just went green. In 2015 and 2016, founder and CEO of Three Squares Inc. and former NWBC council member, Jaime Nack, was on site with ESPN greening the ESPY awards of that year.