The Carbon Credit/Carbon Sequestration Movement

The Carbon Credit/Carbon Sequestration Movement

Remineralization for forests as a part of carbon sequestration projects offers a tremendous opportunity to remineralize through large scale projects worldwide and to begin to stabilize the climate (in combination with other worthwhile strategies, of course). A study in the Research section of our website shows 4 times the timber volume of a spruce forest over a 24 year period. One application lasted for 60 years.

John Todd

If you are a frequent flyer, commuter, or would simply like to offset your personal carbon emissions, you can donate carbon credits for tree planting that represent the result of your carbon emissions. If you are interested in becoming carbon neutral and would like to join a program, contact John Todd at jtodd@cape.com.

To find out more about carbon credits, go to:
Post Carbon Institute and the Chicago Climate Exchange

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