Tuesday, 26 October 2010 14:02
Green Festival Puts Spotlight on Climate in Nation's CapitalWritten by Ivan Chan
From the latest green home innovations to technologies making work and life more climate-friendly, this year's Green Festival in the nation's capital had a climate focus. Carbonfund.org was on hand to help individuals and businesses reduce their climate impact, including speaking on the role of offsetting in solving climate change, and serving as the official carbon offset provider of the DC and upcoming San Francisco festivals. The festival in DC, held on Oct. 23-24 at the Washington Convention Center, drew thousands from the region and visitors from around the world. Many visitors were intrigued by the CarbonFree® Certified products, like the MOTO™ W233 Renew mobile phone—the first to be made from plastics comprised of recycled water bottles, requiring 20 percent less energy to create the phone compared to standard plastic processes. Carbonfund.org also held a popular guess the number of CarbonFree® Certified coffee bean contest. The actual number in the jar—over 2,800 beans—was nearly guessed by some lucky visitors at the Carbonfund.org booth, earning them some prizes like a ZeroCarbon™ Individual offset or a special edition T-shirt. If you're on the West Coast, Green Festival San Francisco is just around the corner, Nov. 6-7, at the city's Concourse Exhibition Center. While Carbonfund.org won't be on hand to exhibit there, you can calculate your carbon footprint and learn how you can reduce your climate impact by visiting our website 24/7 at www.carbonfund.org. You can learn more about Green Festival San Francisco by visiting: www.greenfestivals.org/sf.
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