On 23/09/2019 18:41, Bence Damokos wrote:
In fact, there are countless offset projects in the $1-$15/tonne range, as
The total offsetting budget would not need to be too enourmous, yet it
could be impactful.
Very nice, thank you to have shared the link.
I have picked a project in Malawi to replace cooking fires with a fuel
There are even progress reports:
If I got it right, they have 38 000 tonnes per year at $8.50 for a total
of $323 000.
Given the foundation emitted 2100 tonnes in a year, that would cover 18
years of emission! For an extra few thousands we could probably have a
Wikipedia sticker on the stoves to raise awareness ;-]
In short, I am a bit amazed at how "cheap" it is to offset a tonne of
CO2 as well as how "little" the foundation generates.
Antoine "hashar" Musso
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