Tran, Mark
September 2006
Green Futures;Sep/Oct2006, Issue 60, p42
The article reports on the carbon offsets. Carbon neutrality is present in the World Cup. As part of the preparation, the football fans of Germany will not be cheering with greenhouse gas emissions. The Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has spent over a million euros to offset carbon and to participate in the renewable energy projects in developing countries. The money collected by FIFA was invested for the quantity of carbon dioxide emissions the previous football games has done.


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