For the carbon emission reductions achieved by an offset project to be genuine, they must exceed, or be additional, to the amount of carbon that would have been removed if the carbon offset credit market did not exist.
An accident of history—the uninterrupted buildup of carbon in our trees—made modern life possible, but now it may destroy it…
Traveling is a great way to see the world & experience different cultures & environments, but it can also contribute to environmental strain.
China, Australia, Pakistan, Brazil and other countries have undertaken massive reforestation campaigns, but the United States? Not so much.
It’s true that air travel burns a lot of fossil fuels, so frequent fliers with a green conscience follow a few simple rules to minimize their impact…
As frightening as the IPCC’s predictions are, we’re not yet cooked. Congress can still protect us from climate change by passing a carbon tax now.
Go green on your next trip by choosing eco-friendly hotels & rental homes, vendors & tour operators, and purchasing carbon offsets for air travel.
Global warming AKA climate change is not going away unless we fight against it with all of our resources. The first step is measuring your carbon footprint.
Keep your travel green this summer by choosing a carbon-efficient airline, visiting eco-friendly locations and buying from local businesses there…
Maybe we should start looking to concrete—made out of locally-sourced water, stone, sand & gravel—as a green solution to America’s infrastructure problems.