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EarthDayChallenge - Offset Your Carbon Footprint

This Earth Day, for the first time ever, you can do more than just learn about Climate Change. You can do more than turn off your electricity and reduce your consumption. Now you can offset your personal carbon consumption by buying and retiring certified carbon offsets.

 

The impact of this campaign is real contributions to carbon capture and destruction projects, retiring your chosen offsets in a transparent and measurable way to ensure without a doubt that carbon is properly offset. You can choose how much carbon you would like to offset and associate that with real-world benefits.

 

We believe the future of climate action is digital. Help us to spread the word by offsetting some of your own carbon footprint with CUT. Then... Feel great about it! Challenge someone else to do the same and take part in some of the world’s first blockchain-powered activism.

 

Tag - #Earthdaychallenge on social media to help spread awareness for Earth Day!

Learn more about CUT here.

 

Donate to help our planet (not tax deductable) here.

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$5 USD
I want to offset a pair of sneakers
$5 is equivalent to about 1 pair of shoes over a lifetime. Over 24.3 billion shoes were produced in 2020 (https://www.worldfootwear.com/news/footwear-production-with-new-record-of-243-billion-pairs/5356.html)
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$12 USD
I want to offset 1,000 plastic bags
$12 is equivalent to about 1,000 plastic bags. About one trillion single-use plastic bags are used annually across the globe. That’s nearly 2 million every minute. (Information based on https://www.earthday.org/fact-sheet-how-much-disposable-plastic-we-use/)
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$30 USD
I want to offset my car for one week
$30 is equivalent to using a car for one week every day. A typical passenger vehicle emits about 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. This number can vary based on a vehicle’s fuel, fuel economy, and the number of miles driven per year. (Based on the information of https://www.epa.gov/greenvehicles/greenhouse-gas-emissions-typical-passenger-vehicle)
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$55 USD
I want to offset a 1,000 km flight
$55 is equivalent to a 1,000 km flight. Taking one return flight generates more CO2 than citizens of some countries produce in a year. E.g. a return flight from London–Rome produces 234 kg CO2. The distance between London and Rome is 1,433 km (1,125.46 mi) (based on https://www.theguardian.com/environment/ng-interactive/2019/jul/19/carbon-calculator-how-taking-one-flight-emits-as-much-as-many-people-do-in-a-year and distance.to).
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$86 USD
I want to offset my house for one day
$86 is equivalent to the energy consumption of an average family house of one day. The average US household produces about 7.5 tons of CO2 equivalents per year. (Based on https://www.ccfpd.org/Portals/0/Assets/PDF/Facts_Chart.pdf)
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$5 USD
I want to offset a pair of sneakers
$5 is equivalent to about 1 pair of shoes over a lifetime. Over 24.3 billion shoes were produced in 2020 (https://www.worldfootwear.com/news/footwear-production-with-new-record-of-243-billion-pairs/5356.html)
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$12 USD
I want to offset 1,000 plastic bags
$12 is equivalent to about 1,000 plastic bags. About one trillion single-use plastic bags are used annually across the globe. That’s nearly 2 million every minute. (Information based on https://www.earthday.org/fact-sheet-how-much-disposable-plastic-we-use/)
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$30 USD
I want to offset my car for one week
$30 is equivalent to using a car for one week every day. A typical passenger vehicle emits about 4.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. This number can vary based on a vehicle’s fuel, fuel economy, and the number of miles driven per year. (Based on the information of https://www.epa.gov/greenvehicles/greenhouse-gas-emissions-typical-passenger-vehicle)
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$55 USD
I want to offset a 1,000 km flight
$55 is equivalent to a 1,000 km flight. Taking one return flight generates more CO2 than citizens of some countries produce in a year. E.g. a return flight from London–Rome produces 234 kg CO2. The distance between London and Rome is 1,433 km (1,125.46 mi) (based on https://www.theguardian.com/environment/ng-interactive/2019/jul/19/carbon-calculator-how-taking-one-flight-emits-as-much-as-many-people-do-in-a-year and distance.to).
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$86 USD
I want to offset my house for one day
$86 is equivalent to the energy consumption of an average family house of one day. The average US household produces about 7.5 tons of CO2 equivalents per year. (Based on https://www.ccfpd.org/Portals/0/Assets/PDF/Facts_Chart.pdf)
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