Rayner, Bruce
October 2009
Triathlon Life;Fall2009, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p70
The article offers tips in offsetting carbon dioxide emissions. Some options to avoid the cost of pollution to the environment are mentioned, such as sharing a ride, taking public transportation, and riding a bike. Moreover, typical projects that prevents the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide from being emitted are also mentioned, such as methane to energy equipment installations at dairy farms, wind turbine projects, and forest acquisition projects.


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