Regardless of staying home more often and traveling less, individuals don’t stop producing carbon emissions. Activities like powering our homes, buying food from the grocery store, and online shopping all produce some type of carbon footprint. That’s why it’s still important to purchase carbon offsets amidst a pandemic, and Popular Science compiled an article with some options that make the most difference.
Including Native, the article goes into the different options for offsets, how to find a reputable carbon offset program, and the impact they can make. It even mentions our project in Montana, where people can purchase carbon offsets that support ranchers through carefully managed grazing that benefits prairie grasses, which in turn help store carbon in the soil.
Read the full article here.