Source: HCWH US and Canada

Kaiser Permanente, one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in the United States and a 2020 Challenge participant, announced new and ambitious environmental goals for the year 2025 that include becoming carbon positive, buying only sustainably produced food and sending zero waste to landfills.

The new long-term goals build on the health care organization’s longstanding environmental-stewardship commitment, and will further align its business practices with its purpose of helping people and communities thrive.

In 2015, Kaiser Permanente won awards in Climate Resiliency, Climate Leadership, and Renewable Energy as part of the 2020 Health Care Climate Challenge

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