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Etsy Plans To Boost Renewable Energy, Offset Shipping Emissions

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Etsy Plans To Boost Renewable Energy, Offset Shipping Emissions

Etsy Plans To Boost Renewable Energy, Offset Shipping Emissions

Etsy will spend less than a million dollars per year investing in three projects.

One of those projects will protect a forest of 10 million trees in Grand Rapids, Minnesota (0:32).

WCCO 4 News At 5 -- Feb.

28, 2019

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