Curt McCormack Discusses the Carbon Footprint of Burlington's Old North End

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Curt McCormack represents Burlington's Old North End and discusses his study of the neighborhood's carbon footprint. While the Old North End is the most densely populated district in the State, its residents consume less energy for powering their homes and transportation. Representative McCormack discusses his study in detail with host Lauren-Glenn Davitian.

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1 Friday November 30, 2018 at 6:00 PM
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