Health system reaches for carbon negative

Seattle-based Swedish Health Services, one of the largest nonprofit health care providers in the Northwest, includes eight hospitals, more than 120 clinics and over 12,000 employees. The organization is in the process of building two new towers at its flagship campus, First Hill, both of which are integral to the organization’s plan to make the entire system carbon negative by 2030.

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