OUTREACH & EDUCATION

The Green Advantage platform is dedicated to engaging and empowering MGM Resorts’ employees and surrounding communities to share in our sustainability efforts by committing to their environmental education at work and home.

Working closely with the Corporate Sustainability Division (CSD), our properties harness the strength of taskforces called Green Teams to improve their environmental profile and awareness among the employee base. Each Green Team is dedicated to implementing best practices, reflective of the five core focus areas. These passionate groups help instill our environmental values throughout our properties by hosting green fairs, education events, volunteer opportunities, and other unique projects.

  • In 2013, MGM Resorts' employee engagement and education program, Green Advantage, was the winner in the Las Vegas Business Press' 2013 Green Awards "Best Green Practices: Campaign" category.
  • Through 13 established property Green Teams, comprised of diverse employees, we continuously develop and deploy best practices throughout all MGM Resorts' properties.
  • In 2012, MGM Resorts' employees prevented nearly 470 tons of greenhouse gas emission by participating in the local Club Ride program.
  • MGM Resorts hosted the annual National Clean Energy Summit in 2011, 2012 and 2013, which was attended by Vice President Joe Biden and President Bill Clinton and staged a “meeting of the minds” among leaders in the field of clean energy.
  • Beau Rivage spearheaded a cleanup effort at Deer Island resulting in the removal of more than 1.58 tons of debris from the environment by nearly 100 volunteers, following the 2011 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
  • MGM Resorts properties showcase their commitment to sustainability by participating in Earth Day event and Earth Hour.
  • In 2011, during our Season Greenings event, we partnered with NV Energy in Las Vegas to distribute 140,000 energy efficient light bulbs. In addition, MGM Resorts collected and recycled Christmas trees into mulch which was later used at properties.
  • For the past four years, MGM Resorts has publicly reported their carbon footprint to the Carbon Disclosure Project.