Globally, total atmospheric heat-trapping gases — like carbon, methane, nitrogen oxide, and human-made fluorinated gases (F-gases) — and carbon released from land-use change are accounting for over 50 billion metric tons of emissions annually. But how are we producing that carbon and other emissions, and what impact does it have on the environment?
These are common questions we field often — along with many questions about what carbon credits are and how they work. Select a question below to learn more.
We cannot solve the issue of climate change without restoring our forests globally.
Forests and trees are not the only way to solve complex local and global issues. However, trees may be the simplest solution.Offset Your Carbon Today