Earth Day is officially here! As organizations everywhere celebrate this annual occasion, we’re proud to express our “six words for the planet” as part of the EPA project with SMITH Magazine. The project calls for entriesof six words about the environment, including celebratory remarks, concerns, and general thoughts.
At Constellation, we see Earth Day as happening every day. We take great pride in helping our customers meet sustainability goals all year long as well as investing in our own products and services to help improve environmental impact. Below, please see the “six words” that we have to share about something we live and breathe every day.
“Happy Birthday Son, The Beautiful Earth.” – Joseph Franz, Constellation NewEnergy, Energy4Business Blog Author (his son happens to have a birthday on Earth Day)
“One planet. One people. One responsibility.” – Louis J. Hutchinson III, Constellation NewEnergy, Energy4Business Blog Author
“Cleaner living. Cleaner world. Better future.” — Jodi Nelson, BGE HOME, Energy4Home Blog Author
“Keys to Success: Nuclear and Conservation” – John Orr., Jr., Constellation Energy, Energy4Business Blog Author
“One planet, our responsibility, one chance.” – Andrew Singer, Constellation NewEnergy, Energy4Business Blog Author
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