Kaiser reveals next steps after achieving carbon neutrality

With the necessary 24/7 nature of medical campuses, the health care field has become responsible for roughly 10% of U.S. greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. As the largest integrated nonprofit health system in the country, Kaiser Permanente has taken the call to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions seriously. In late 2020, the system achieved carbon-neutral status, eliminating its 800,000-ton annual carbon footprint. 

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