Encinitas, CA, August 11, 2010 - California-based sustainable travel company Global Basecamps plants trees in Nepal for every trip they book, reducing carbon footprints left around the world. Whether booking a trip to trek Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania or planning to explore the rich history and immaculate cities of Japan, Global Basecamps’ clients can rest assured that their travel-induced carbon emissions will be accompanied by reforestation efforts in Nepal.
London, England, August 24, 2010 - As hundreds of delegates from around the world fly into London on September 29th for the First International Conference on Ethical Certification, many will be concerned about the carbon footprint of such an event. For this reason, event organizers at InSource have teamed up with Carbonfund.org to mitigate the environmental impact of this important conference entitled Certification, Consumption and Change (CC&C).
Los Angeles, CA, August 25, 2010 - Global Exec Aviation recently announced their partnership with Carbonfund.org by joining their CarbonFree® Jet Charter Program. This program will calculate the monthly fuel burn of the jet charter fleet of Global Exec Aviation who in turn will donate money to Carbonfund.org.
Silver Spring, MD, September 15, 2010 - Carbonfund.org, the leading nonprofit climate change solutions organization, today launched what it calls “an affordable and accessible solution to carbon accounting and management,” Carbon ExpressTrack™. The web-based software program will provide the insight businesses need to manage and reduce their climate impact, while saving time and money in tracking greenhouse gas emissions.
Online Green Office Retailer Furthers Environmentally Friendly Business Practices by Joining the CarbonFree® Partner Program
Dallas, TX, September 22, 2010 – Choosing greener, environmentally sustainable office products is more important than ever in the U.S., as the amount of waste sent to landfills continues to rise. Dolphin Blue, a leading online retailer of green office products and printing, has joined Carbonfund.org’s CarbonFree® Partner program. The partnership represents Dolphin Blue’s dedication to reducing its carbon footprint and supporting carbon reduction projects.
WCG Grand Final Goes Carbon Neutral This Year
Los Angeles, CA, September 30, 2010 – World Cyber Games (WCG) kicked off a four-day e-gaming competition today at the Los Angeles Convention Center, celebrating 10 years of uniting the best computer and videogame players from around the world. The WCG 2010 Grand Final brings 450 of the best ranked gamers from 60 countries to the Entertainment Capital of the World to vie for more than $250,000 in cash, prizes and the honor of being named the global champion in a variety of games.
Designed for New Smartphone Users, this Full Touch, Android-Powered Smartphone is also CarbonFree® Certified
San Francisco, October 5, 2010 – From CTIA Enterprise & Applications™ 2010, Verizon Wireless, the company with the nation’s largest and most reliable wireless 3G network, and Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today unveiled Motorola CITRUS™. Powered by Android™ 2.1, Motorola CITRUS delivers an affordable, entry-level, customizable smartphone experience in a compact design that is easy on both the eyes and the earth.
Newport Beach, CA, October 14, 2010 - Carbonfund.org and EcoStrip today announced a strategic partnership to help consumers and businesses effortlessly reduce their energy usage, cut carbon emissions and save money.
Carbonfund.org is proud to promote the EcoStrip as an easy and cost effective way of living up to its motto of Reduce What You Can, Offset What You Can’t. Carbonfund.org’s 1,700 business partners and over 500,000 individual supporters all stand to benefit from EcoStrip’s revolutionary product.
Carbonfund.org Partner Dell Ranked #1; Staples, Motorola, Samsung and Unilever Also Earn
Silver Spring, MD, October 18, 2010 – Three out of the four US companies with the largest carbon-reduction programs with Carbonfund.org—Dell, Staples and Motorola—are ranked in
the top of Newsweek’s latest green rankings for US companies. Carbonfund.org partners Samsung and Unilever are ranked in the top global companies. As the leading nonprofit climate solutions organization, Carbonfund.org has helped these top-ranked companies and over 1,700 other partners reduce their climate impact.
Barrie Ontario, October 29, 2010 – LEI Electronics Inc. today announced that it has purchased all rights to the Eco Alkalines brand of batteries from Venom Group International.
Eco Alkalines are the world’s first batteries to be certified carbon neutral by Carbonfund.org, the leading nonprofit carbon reduction and climate solutions organization. Eco Alkalines are considered earth-friendly and landfill-safe by Canadian and US environmental protection agencies.