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STI Launches Carbon Offsets Site

Sustainable Travel International (STI) has launched a new website,Carbon Offsets, to promote its climate and carbon management services. The new site has a redesigned interface that makes it even more convenient for individuals or businesses to assess their carbon footprint and make an offset donation, and take advantage of STI’s expanded offerings.

Sustainable Travel International helps individuals and businesses easily and affordably balance their environmental impact by providing first and second best carbon management and reduction services. Addressing the challenge of global climate change will require a sustained effort for many years to come. A direct reduction of carbon emissions is a first best solution. However, for those remaining emissions that are unavoidable, carbon offsetting through credible projects that address the root cause of climate change is a user friendly mechanism for addressing your climate change impact. STI is widely regarded for its due diligence in selecting the ‘Best in Class’offset projects, and all projects have been verified and/or certified by third parties.

Global climate change, caused by carbon emissions from industrialized human activity, is recognized as one of the most serious global threats – and it will soon affect each and everyone one of us. Join the growing number of travelers, consumers, and businesses that are doing their part to address global climate change by reducing and offsetting their carbon dioxide emissions.

In addition to providing carbon offsets, STI also offers a variety of related services, including custom carbon calculators, carbon footprint assessments,carbon management, and related education and training materials. We encourage you to learn more about our other programs and how they can complement your climate and carbon management strategy.

This article is quoted from the ‘Responsible Travel Report – April 2009’, a online newsletter from STI, by Majbritt Thomsen, administrator on ‘Views On Tourism’.

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