University of Minnesota-Morris says it now has a net zero carbon footprint

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“After years of nationally renowned sustainability efforts, the University of Minnesota-Morris says it has achieved carbon neutrality.

This means the campus produces the same amount of energy it consumes, eliminating its carbon footprint. Clean energy sources that don’t give off carbon dioxide, such as wind, solar panels and a biomass-burning facility allow the campus to avoid producing carbon dioxide, which contributes to climate change.”

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