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Talk about planes, trains and automobiles! 

When Al Roker, beloved weatherman of the Today Show on NBC, set off last week to deliver the weather forecast from each of the US fifty states in seven days, it was clear that it would take a lot of efficient transportation to get it done and achieve this ambitious goal. 

It also creates a lot of carbon dioxide emissions to do this type of travel in a week, but the Today Show and Rokerthon2 decided to ‘do the right thing’ and neutralize the total estimated travel emissions from those planes, trains and automobiles by making a donation to Foundation.  Rokerthon2’s travel emissions offset donation will support third-party validated and verified carbon emissions reduction and offset projects in the US. 

Today, on “MonsterMonday”, Al will travel to and deliver the forecast in thirteen states! 

Until there is a truly zero-emissions way to travel, the only option is to make smart travel decisions and to neutralize the carbon dioxide emissions associated with that travel. is thrilled to help Al and the Today Show weather team achieve Rokerthon2 as a carbon neutral travel event.        

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Are your graduation robes made of recycled plastic bottles? Did you find your dress shoes at the secondhand shop?  Take the next step in greening your graduation with National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology Program and! 

Achieve a carbon-neutral graduation ceremony by investing in verified and validated carbon offsets that support renewable energy, energy efficiency and reforestation projects, at a special rate for Campus Ecology program campus partners.  Honor each graduate with the gift of carbon offsets to send them out into the world a little bit greener.   

The NWF Campus Ecology Program provides tools and resources to help students, staff, campus greening committees and sustainability officers “take a big step to make a smaller footprint” when it comes to campus greenhouse gas emissions and reducing the campus’s overall environmental footprint.

In addition to graduation greening programs, NWF Campus Ecology and can assist colleges and universities with various sustainability initiatives, including plans to reduce or neutralize emissions from facility energy consumption, grounds maintenance and operations, travel and events year-round.

For more information on how to offset your campus's graduation ceremony this spring or to purchase carbon offsets for other events, travel, and campus operations, please contact Linda Kelly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Kristy Jones at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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