The newly built Durban stadium in South Africa that will host World Cup games over the next several weeks is being lauded as a sustainable recreational and multidisciplinary venue. Workers used more than 30,000 cubic meters of recycled materials from the old stadium for the new structure, which will host as many as 70,000 spectators. The stadium has a rainwater-collection system and heating and cooling systems that are energy-efficient, and the stadium is designed for natural ventilation.

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