A passenger is responsible for about 2,700 pounds of CO2 when traveling round trip on 4,250-mile long flights. If you are flying from Chicago to Honolulu (4,250 miles), or New York to Rome (4,281 miles), or taking another long flight, offset your travel with renewable energy credits. We can’t promise that you’ll land on time, but the air out the window should be a little cleaner.
Offset My Long Flight!
If you don’t want to blame your footprint on your car or you’re home, that’s OK. Here’s a simple way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at one low price. Offset 1,341 lbs. of CO2 for $12.50.
In the Northeast Power Coordinating Council region of the United States, 1,341 lbs. of CO2 are offset by 1 megawatt hour of electricity from a renewable energy source (1,000 kWh). For every mWh you offset, you will receive a renewable energy certificate for removing 1,341 pounds of CO2 from the environment.
The average individual in the United States is responsible for 30,000 lbs. of CO2 per year, equivalent to 22,371 mWh of renewable energy credits. To offset this amount, simply type in the number 22 and proceed to checkout. It’s that simple.
Offset By The Pound!
(Quantity is measured in units of megawatt hours. Each mWh offsets 1,341 lbs. of CO2)
The typical automobile generates 8,395 pounds of C02 emissions per year. While you wait for all-electric cars to arrive, you can start canceling out your vehicle’s carbon tire-print right now.
Offset My Car For A Year!
Nice choice on your fuel-efficient vehicle. If you’re getting 50 miles to the gallon, you’re only responsible for about 3,794 pounds of C02 emissions per year. Go the distance with carbon offsets and look even better behind the wheel.
Offset My Fuel-Efficient Car For A Year!
The average car generates 8,395 pounds of C02 emissions per year. But you don’t drive an average car do you? Maybe you need it for work, or maybe you just like to look down on all the other cars. We won’t judge, but others might. Clean up your act by offsetting over 12,000 pounds of CO2.
Offset My Gas Guzzler For A Year!
The good news is, your apartment has a smaller carbon footprint than standard residences. Unfortunately, most of the electricity comes from fossil fuels and the average apartment is responsible for doling out 13,000 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions every year. Offset that energy with clean renewable sources.
Offset My Apartment For A Year!
Most of the electricity powering your home comes from fossil fuels responsible for carbon dioxide emissions. While we all need to do our best to reduce energy consumption. Electricity to provide lighting, run appliances, and keep you online – plus the energy required to heat or cool your home and provide you with hot water add up to tons of CO2. If you live in an average US household, your dwelling is responsible for over 25,000 lbs. of CO2 cluttering the atmosphere. It’s officially spring cleaning. Offset based on the average US household or offset by the pound if you believe your home is responsible for more or less CO2.
Offset My House For A Year!
Ok. We use the term McMansion to grab your attention, but some houses are bigger than others. Most of the electricity powering that castle you call a home comes from fossil fuels that produce hefty carbon dioxide emissions. The average energy consumption for a household with over 4000 sq. ft. of living space results in over 30,000 pounds of CO2Offset My McMansion For A Year!
Conservation is ideal, but you can’t tell people to stop visiting your website. Offset the annual energy consumption of approximately 750 daily visits to your site, countering 1,341 lbs. of CO2 emissions associated with the electricity generated to power all the computers visiting your corner of the web.
Offset My Website For A Year!
So your website is “kind of a big deal.” Great! By offsetting 13,400 lbs. of CO2 per year you can counter the emissions of 7,500 daily visits. That should keep them coming back. To tailor an offset for a larger site, please contact us.
Offset My Internet Sensation For A Year!
A passenger is responsible for about 1,400 pounds of CO2 for round trip flights that are 2,000 miles long. If you are flying from Cleveland to Los Angeles (2,049 miles) or taking another medium length flight, offset your travel with renewable energy credits. With less CO2 on board, there may actually be room for your luggage in the overhead bin.
Offset My Medium Flight!
A passenger is responsible for about 700 pounds of CO2 when traveling round trip on flights that are 500 miles long. If you are flying from Phoenix to Salt Lake City (504 miles) or taking another long flight, you can offset round trip airfare for two (or this trip and the next one) with renewable energy credits. With less CO2 in the way, your luggage should arrive when you do.
Offset My Short Flights!
For the month of July, celebrate energy independence and get two renewable energy credits for the price of one! Your purchase will free America’s atmosphere of over 2,500 lbs. of CO2. Let freedom ring!
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