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Every individual and every organization in the world has an inherent responsibility to leave the world better than when they arrived.

This responsibility, we believe, is perhaps most significant for companies that have potential to greatly impact the world. We believe Viridian shares in that responsibility and are proud to be able to be proactively bettering our communities and our world. The Viridian Sustainability Initiative is our pledge to empower customers and Associates to take part in our mission to improve the world and the communities in which we live. More than just a pledge, it's our way of putting this belief into action as we work together to realize our vision.

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Sustainability starts at home.

 
Viridian Energy is committed to improving the communities we service. We believe that focusing on sustainability will improve lives and preserve the Earth for future generations. To support this vision, we regularly organize and participate in community-service activities.
 
Our active customers and independent Associates are proud to be a part of a company that considers puts good old-fashioned hard work, creativity and resources into bettering our communities.
 
Join us at one of our upcoming events we'd love to have your support in our efforts close to home. Check out the events calendar for happenings in your community.
 
Have an idea for a local sustainability event in your community? Email us at sustainability@viridian.com.




As a Viridian family, we take our global citizenship seriously.

Our sustainability efforts truly reach the world through our 7 Continents in 7 Years program. Each year, Viridian Energy researches and executes a sustainability project on a different continent. Each project has a sustaining and positive impact on the environment and economy of the local community.
 
In March 2011, we traveled to the Brazilian Amazon rainforest to replant trees in deforested areas. In February 2012 we traveled to Ghana to install renewable power in the rural village of Asunafu. Read about the journey here
 
Check out our videos page and read our 2012 Sustainability Report to learn more about the journeys we've been on as part of our 7 Continents in 7 Years global sustainability initiative.

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