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.

Best regards,

Hello Bence,

Very nice, thank you to have shared the link.

I have picked a project in Malawi to replace cooking fires with a fuel efficient stove:


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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