Sustainability Dashboard

Our Journey Towards Sustainability: Sharing Our Footprint

At Climate Pledge Arena, we’re not just about thrilling games and unforgettable concerts and events. We’re also committed to making a difference for our planet. The below graphic represents the key metrics that we use to tracking our environmental footprint.

We believe transparency is crucial on the journey to be the most sustainable arena in the world. This data will be updated at various times throughout the year. We invite you to follow along and be a part of our sustainability mission. Thank you for being part of this exciting journey and preserving our planet for generations to come! 

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+250,000 Gal of Water

We collect rainwater from our historic roof. Since we opened in October 2021, we have collected +250,000 gallons of rainwater to utilize for ice operations.

Our first year, we consumed  7,865,968 gallons of water.

38,000 Metric Tons of Carbon

Our first year operating, we emitted and credibly offset 38,000 metric tons of carbon. This means we are a Zero Carbon Certified building. Learn more HERE.

34,942,008.16 kwh Electricity

As the first all-electric Arena in the world, we consumed 34,942,008.16  kwh of electricity in year 1 and  generated 439,388.65 kwh of solar energy from our solar panels.

53% Food Sourcing

Our goal is to source 75% of all our food ingredients from a 300-mile radius. During our first year of operating, we achieved 53% of our food being sourced within that radius. We continue to make strategic changes to our purchasing, and make progress towards this goal!

19% Public Transit Utilization

Our goal is for 25% of all fans and guests to utilize the free public transit passes provided to all publicly ticketed events. In year one, public transit utilization looked like this:

  • 24% – Hockey Games
  • 12% – Concerts
  • 22% – Basketball Games
Zero Single Use Plastics

Since the first Kraken home game of the 2023/2024 season, there are zero single use plastics available on our concourses.  This means containers, utensils, packaging and beverages all can be recycled or composted.

83% Waste Diversion

Our goal is to be a functional zero waste building, which means 90% + waste diversion across all operations. In year one, we recycled 269 tons of material, composted 279 tons of compost and produced 137 tons of landfill resulting in an 83% diversion rate.  Our highest waste diversion event was in June of 2022 at 98%, and we are taking those learnings to get us to our goal!

38,000 Metric Tons of Carbon

Our first year operating, we emitted and credibly offset 38,000 metric tons of carbon. This means we are a Zero Carbon Certified building. Learn more HERE.

cpa
+250,000 Gal of Water

We collect rainwater from our historic roof. Since we opened in October 2021, we have collected +250,000 gallons of rainwater to utilize for ice operations.

Our first year, we consumed  7,865,968 gallons of water.

cpa
34,942,008.16 kwh Electricity

As the first all-electric Arena in the world, we consumed 34,942,008.16  kwh of electricity in year 1 and  generated 439,388.65 kwh of solar energy from our solar panels.

cpa
53% Food Sourcing

Our goal is to source 75% of all our food ingredients from a 300-mile radius. During our first year of operating, we achieved 53% of our food being sourced within that radius. We continue to make strategic changes to our purchasing, and make progress towards this goal!

cpa
19% Public Transit Utilization

Our goal is for 25% of all fans and guests to utilize the free public transit passes provided to all publicly ticketed events. In year one, public transit utilization looked like this:

  • 24% – Hockey Games
  • 12% – Concerts
  • 22% – Basketball Games
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Zero Single Use Plastics

Since the first Kraken home game of the 2023/2024 season, there are zero single use plastics available on our concourses.  This means containers, utensils, packaging and beverages all can be recycled or composted.

cpa
83% Waste Diversion

Our goal is to be a functional zero waste building, which means 90% + waste diversion across all operations. In year one, we recycled 269 tons of material, composted 279 tons of compost and produced 137 tons of landfill resulting in an 83% diversion rate.  Our highest waste diversion event was in June of 2022 at 98%, and we are taking those learnings to get us to our goal!