Las Vegas, NV, July 21, 2008 – GoGreenTube.com announced today that it is offsetting its carbon emissions with Carbonfund.org, one of the country’s leading carbon offset organizations. GoGreenTube.com will offset one pound of carbon dioxide for every video watched on GoGreenTube.com. This commitment establishes GoGreenTube.com as a leader in the environmental education community and demonstrates the proactive steps GoGreenTube.com is taking in the fight against global climate change.
GoGreenTube.com is an environmental education website whose mission is to educate viewers about green products and green lifestyle options. Additionally, GoGreenTube.com sought a way to get viewers more involved with helping the environment. Carbonfund.org’s values aligned perfectly with those of GoGreenTube.com, and offered a service that benefitted environmentally-conscious GoGreen viewers.
“Global Warming is very real concern, I am thrilled that GoGreenTube.com and Carbonfund.org were able to partner to do our part in reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide” said Mike Shell, founder of GoGreenTube.com.
“GoGreen Tube is a great concept with a great mission, and we’re excited to have them as a partner. They are a working example of an organization that is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and leading the fight against climate change,” Carbonfund.org Executive Director Eric Carlson said.
GoGreenTube.com is an environmental education website, that entertains and educates viewers one video at a time.
Carbonfund.org is one of the country’s leading carbon reduction and offset organizations, making it easy and affordable for individuals, businesses and organizations to reduce their climate impact. Carbon offsets enable individuals and businesses to reduce carbon dioxide emissions they are responsible for in their everyday lives by supporting renewable energy, energy efficiency and reforestation projects where they are most cost effective. Carbonfund.org works with over 700 corporate and nonprofit partners including Discovery, Volkswagen, Amtrak, Dell, Orbitz, Staples, and JetBlue.
Washington, DC. November 7, 2005 – Goodbaker, the vegan gourmet baking company, announced today they were going ‘Zero Carbon’ by offsetting the firm’s climate footprint via Carbonfund. Each month, Goodbaker calculates its carbon output, and offsets the equivalent via a donation to Carbonfund. Carbonfund in turn supports carbon-reducing projects globally.
“Goodbaker is another small and dynamic firm that has taken the logical step to offset the carbon they produce,” said Carbonfund.org President Lesley Marcus Carlson. “Goodbaker has realized that offsetting a company’s climate footprint is not only a good step ethically, it is also good business.”
“As a young business, viability is a constant concern. But there are many ways to define success, and our environmental and social viability is just as important to us as our financial viability,” said Lee Busch, CEO of Goodbaker. “We decided to go carbon neutral with Carbonfund.org for the same reason we decided to use organic and unrefined ingredients. Goodbaker is about providing delicious alternatives to foods that have traditionally been health-robbing. So it makes sense that everything else we do should have a positive impact as well. Carbonfund.org is a fantastic way to lower our environmental impact, and we are encouraging all our business partners to do this as well.”
Goodbaker makes delicious artisan baking mixes that are easy to prepare, and made with whole, unrefined organic ingredients. With nothing artificial, no cholesterol, hydrogenated oils, refined sweeteners, trans fats, GMOs, pesticides, animal ingredients or bad karma, Goodbaker is good for you and the planet.
Carbonfund.org makes it easy and affordable for individuals and businesses to reduce their climate impact to zero. With its easy-to-use calculator, low offset cost per ton of CO2, and certified offset projects, Carbonfund.org is proving that anyone can reduce their impact on climate change quickly and efficiently. Carbonfund.org is a 501(c)(3) charitable, nonprofit organization.