Books by Karisha Kal'ee'ay
Karisha Kal'ee'ay has been working to reduce her environmental impact for years, so as a professional writer, it makes sense to minimize and offset the carbon footprint of her work. A solar thermal system heats her office where she writes (with a conventional furnace for backup on cloudy days). The sun also powers a solar water heater year around, which offsets 10-15kWH per day that would otherwise be needed to run the conventional electric water heater. Karisha is also very careful to buy energy efficient office equipment, and she only buys 100% post-consumer recycled paper. Any waste paper is re-used as scrap paper before eventually being recycled.
"I chose to use Carbonfund.org to offset my work as a writer for the same reasons I’ve used it in the past to offset my personal energy usage: the third-party certification, financial transparency, nonprofit status, project affordability, and project options." -Karisha Kal’ee’ay
- City: Bloomington
- State: IN
- Country: United States