Taylor, Tess
December 2008
Inc.;Dec2008, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p43
The article focuses on several carbon offset providers. Customers of the Berlin, Germany-based nonprofit Atmosfair include Greenpeace and the International Vegetarian Union. Carbonfund.org of Silver Spring, Maryland helps its clients write and distribute press releases about their offset purchases. Customers are encouraged by the London, England-based CarbonNeutral Co. to reduce energy use.


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