A Legacy of Environmental Sustainability

The MGM Resorts International environmental journey began in 2007 during the creation of CityCenter , our 17 million-square-foot resort in Las Vegas. Upon opening in 2009, we earned six Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certifications from the U.S. Green Building Council, making CityCenter the largest privately funded green development project in the world.

Climate Leadership

Through our actions and advocacy, we aim to be a global leader in climate change.

Sustainable Design and Construction

We design and build all our resorts with tomorrow in mind.

Responsible Operations

We look for innovative ways to reduce negative environmental impacts of our operations.

Aspirations for 2025 & 2030

2025

Reduce carbon emissions per square foot by 45%

Reduce energy per square foot by 25%

Reduce water per square foot by 30%

Achieve 60% materials diversion rate

 

2030

Reduce carbon emissions per square foot by 50%

Reduce energy per square foot by 30%

Reduce water per square foot by 35%

Achieve 75% materials diversion from landfill
 

Awards

As we recognize our leadership in environmental sustainability, we are both proud of what we have accomplished and inspired to do more. Since 2009, 16 MGM Resorts properties have earned Green Key awards, 8 have earned Green Globe certification and 9 have earned LEED Gold Certification.

Environmental Policy

We operate our business in a manner that reduces our impact on the environment and protects the planet.