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In early December, the Dane County Office of Energy & Climate Change recognized Exact Sciences as a 2020 Climate Champion.

Dane is Wisconsin’s second largest county. It includes the City of Madison, home to the  state capitol, University of Wisconsin, and Exact Sciences’ corporate headquarters.

The Climate Champion program is part of Dane County’s Climate Action Plan to recognize the progress local entities are making to address climate change. Exact Sciences earned two designations for sustainable design elements within its Discovery Campus laboratory and warehouse in Madison, WI.

“Climate change is a big global challenge, but these awardees illustrate how entities are acting locally, right here in Dane County, to do their part. I’m excited to recognize this year’s Climate Champions—they are the first in what I hope will be a long line of local champions for our community,” said County Executive Joe Parisi.

Visit the map of Dane County’s 2020 Climate Champions here.

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