By Autumn Spanne and The Daily Climate
RIO DE JANEIRO – It was supposed to be the "Copa Verde," a celebration of the greenest World Cup ever, in the country that's home to the Amazon, ranked first in biodiversity, vital to how the world responds to climate change.
Instead, the "Green Cup" has become a flash point for social injustice. And while it's proving environmentally unsustainable on several levels, the lasting legacy of the 2014 World Cup may ultimately be a shift in how future global sporting events are marketed and built. Read >