If you’ve got a computer and a few spare minutes, you could rack up multiple entries to this generous contest–all while helping Carbonfund fight deforestation.
Heading to New Orleans for the Super Bowl? You can make your trip greener through carbon offset purchases at the “Geaux Green” website.
Pinecrest, Fla., has become one of the first municipalities in the U.S. to offer a voluntary offset program designed to help the village meet its carbon goals.
Thanks to major purchases of RECs and other eco investments, Google and Ingram Micro have been named among the top 50 green power purchasers by the EPA.
A Duke University and Duke Energy pig-waste-to-power prototype takes advantage of the Google spotlight to spread word about the project.
A vacation island near Australia claims to be carbon positive, sporting different forms of clean energy and making use of carbon offsets.
Gmail is 80 percent more efficient than in-house email? That’s just one new green tidbit coming out of the Googleplex.
This week we look at carbon offset programs, how they work, some notable carbon offset news, and advice for those interested in partaking in carbon offsets.
Costco recently announced a special promotion on the GoECOLIfe 8-Sheet Diamond-Cut shredder, believed to be the world’s first CarbonFree Certified paper shredder.
Ecobot is a little computer application which rests on your laptop and calculates your computer’s carbon footprint through several different measuring techniques.
Travelocity recently announced the launch of a green microsite within its main website offering a green hotel directory, carbon offset options and voluntourism opportunities for travelers as part of its Travel for Good program.