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Together we explore a well-designed, low-carbon life that helps to make the planet cooler. This century's challenge is to build a robust economy for a sustainable future. Long-term success is derived from great technology and inclusive principles that support people and the planet.
What to Do to Make the Planet Cooler Today!
Focus on how to live a low-carbon life with style.
Homework for Humanity
- Offset when you fly,
- Your next car is an electric car,
- Stop buying and using single-use plastic,
- Sign up for 100% clean energy with your electric company or get solar.
Reduce our carbon emmissions to 80% below 1990 levels by 2030.
Emissions are still 30% above 1990 levels.
Yes, We Can
Current cost-effective technology can turn the tide on climate change.
We are speeding up the
earth's time machine.
It would take nature over 100,000 years to increase carbon dioxide in the atmosphere as much as we have in the last 60 years.
We have increased our carbon emissions from 320 parts per million (ppm) to 410 parts per million (ppm) in just 60 years. That additional 90 parts per million (ppm) is bringing us very close to a dangerous tipping point for life as we know it on earth. It would be prudent for everyone to take this seriously and reduce your emissions. Every time you do time is added to the future. Nature has the capacity to sequester a lot of excess CO2 into soils, wetlands, and forests. Consider volunteering for a restoration project in your area. Regenerative farming and consuming organic food can also make a big difference. Also reducing your food waste and fossil fuel emissions is essential! Don't forget that the last four major extinction events on earth occurred because of too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Start now by doing the steps listed above.
Restorative carbon offsets can make a world of difference.
Offsetting does more than reduce your carbon emissions made by fossil fuel.
By using photosynthesis to sequester CO2 into the soils many other restorative benefits also occur. Growing plants and building carbon-rich soil helps to restore habitat, and biodiversity, it provides more food, energy and economic security for those living on the land. Each 1% increase of carbon in the soil holds 10% more water making it more drought tolerant. For those suffering from the ravages of climate change, this can make a world of difference. In places like Kenya, restoring land helps to keep young girls in school rather than out on dangerous roads looking for food, wood, and water. Increased literacy rates for girls is considered the 6th most important thing we can do to improve overall global health. Learn More