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3 Bits – Fires & Feet

3 Bits periodically provides three bite-sized items of interest about climate news. Fires Torch Underlying Assumptions.  There’s a significant challenge to the use of sequestered carbon in forest lands. Wildfires. For many large scale carbon offset programs the model bakes in an historical risk of wildfires and buffer pool acreage which is significantly lower that […]

3 Bits – Actions & Amendments

3 Bits periodically provides three bite-sized items of interest about climate news. 1. Restore Colorado.  Restore Colorado is a new program focused on sequestering carbon in the soil using techniques such as cover crops, amending soil with compost, and providing technical assistance for regenerative agriculture. Customers at participating restaurants may opt to pay a 1% […]

3 Bits – On A Few Fortune 500 Players

3 Bits periodically provides three bite-sized items of interest about climate news and information. Johnson & Johnson. Most recently in the news for producing the single-dose COVID-19 vaccine, Johnson & Johnson is a leading producer of a portfolio of consumer brands such as Tylenol, Aveeno, Neutrogena, and baby shampoo, among others. While the proof will […]

On the (Virtual) Park Bench with Sarah Gilbert

Carbon Credit Cart recently chatted with Sarah Gilbert, Director of Operations & IT at RHR International. RHR International is a prominent consulting firm that works with senior executives around the globe to unlock their leadership potential. RHR believes that leadership is a principled undertaking with the ability to create tremendous good in the world. As […]

Carbon Credit Cart Launches New Service

Purchase of Carbon Credits Made Easy FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BOULDER, CO, November 23, 2020 –  Carbon Credit Cart LLC today announced a new service that provides an easy and affordable way for consumers to purchase carbon credits for themselves or to give as gifts. Carbon Credit Cart (carboncreditcart.com) offers the simplest way to balance carbon-generating […]

Spreading Joy: Carbon Credits & the Art of Gift Cards

The holidays are an emotional time of year. They have a way of seeping into our collective central nervous systems and igniting feral levels of intemperance and ardor. Advertising hyperbole. Rampant consumerism. Travel pollution. The agony and ecstasy of family dynamics. Now add COVID-19 to the eggnog. Uncertainty and opinions abound around how families should […]