My blog is carbon neutral

Posted on 07. Apr, 2010 by admin in California, odd stuff


My blog is carbon neutral. What does that mean?

It means that an organization called Make It Green! is going to plant a tree in cooperation with the Arbor Day Foundation in Plumas National Forest in Northern California for the project to neutralize the carbon footprint of blogs. Thousands of wildfires burned down many national forests over the past ten years and 88.000 acres of Plumas’ were destroyed by two fires in 2007. To help replanting they need the support of bloggers all over the world! For every participating blog we plant a tree. One blog – one tree.

The trees are planted in Plumas National Forest in Northern California by “Arbor Day Foundation” our partner in US for the “My blog is carbon neutral” initiative. The “Arbor Day Foundation” is a non-profit conservation and education organization with the goal helping reforest 5,500 acres of Plumas National Forest with 792,000 trees.

Is your blog carbon neutral? Come on.. have a tree planted today. Let’s help save the planet. It’s simple to do. Just click here. It only takes a few minutes of your time.

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GP: “In response to my email saying the blog was up.. I had back”

Hi Paul,     

thank you so much for participating in our initiative and making the Green Planet blog carbon neutral! The tree will be planted this month by the Arbor Day Foundation. We thank you for the support!           

There are still some trees looking for a sponsor. So if you know some people who have a blog or website, pass it on and we’ll make their blogs carbon neutral too!             

Best,  
Christin

GP: “Well that was easy”

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