Patagonia Takes Corporate Giving to the Next Level for Climate Action

In this minicast, Patagonia launches an online platform in support of local action on climate change and visits one of the greenest U.S. cities to help introduce the new platform, called Action Works.

Hear from Burlington, Vt., Mayor Miro Weinberger at Patagonia’s launch event in the twitter broadcast below about Burlington’s plan to capture waste heat from the McNeil biomass (wood chips to energy) electricity generating facility for use by customers in the city, thereby reducing the carbon footprint of the city’s thermal sector by 15-20 percent.

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Jennifer Delony, analyst for TransmissionHub, started her career as a B2B news editor in the local and long-distance telecommunications industries in the '90s. Jennifer began covering renewable energy issues at the local level in 2005 and covered U.S. and Canadian utility-scale wind energy as editor of North American Windpower magazine from 2006-2009. She also provides analysis for the oil and natural gas sectors as editor of Oilman Magazine.

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