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Learn about the most promising solution within the system of environmental accountability.
Carbon offsets are generated by a variety of different projects. Find out more about the process of generating carbon offsets.
Environmental accountants and independent third parties inspect offset projects to verify their impact. Find out more.
Additional certifications account for the quantifiable impacts of a carbon offset, outside of the emissions reduction. Learn about the benefits and varieties of additional certifications.
On the journey of climate education, running into nuanced topics with unfamiliar jargon is extremely common. However, none may be as intricate and as important to successful corporate social responsibility than the concept of Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions.
Recently, the internet has been abuzz with news of a “new ozone hole,” one that is supposedly seven times larger than the previous one and could potentially speed the warming of our planet up even more.
From start to finish, a carbon offset touches many hands and crosses many desks. It’s the culmination of many people’s collaborative efforts. Learn about this process.
At their core, both carbon offsets and carbon credits are environmental accounting mechanisms. They provide a way to combat climate change and balance pollution levels. Learn more.
By using carbon offsets, you can offset the greenhouse gas emissions you cannot avoid, all the while funding the growth of more sustainable projects, which counteracts your impact. Learn more.
In late 2021, the carbon offset market surpassed $1 billion, leading many people unfamiliar with the topic to wonder why carbon offsets are so valuable.