OneDegreeTV: Heritage Aviation
‘a smarter, greener building’


Aviation is an energy intensive industry, accounting for roughly 3% of global carbon emissions. Manufacturers are developing greener aircraft, exploring alternatives to fossil fuels and looking for ways to recycle planes slated for retirement. Many airlines now offer passengers the option of purchasing carbon offsets (see our posts on Virgin America and Continental). In the meantime, Heritage Aviation in Burlington, VT is leading the way by reducing its impact on the ground. This is a story of one degree changes, beyond aviation, of a smarter, greener building and a company doing its part.

For more info, visit Heritage Aviation.

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