Tuesday, July 10, 2007

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Icelandair already does this. I couldn't´t find anything about it in English, but at http://www.icelandair.is/heim/kaupa/kolvidur/ you can see a table over destinations from Iceland and the number of trees (fjöldi trjáa) that will be planted for the extra fee.

You can buy this for your car as well....

Like your ideas btw.
Ingunn

8:20 AM  
Blogger proxikid said...

you can offset your carbon footprint at the airport while waiting for a plane in heathrow. there's a little counter there.

you have got a bunch of really good ideas, though!
:)

12:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They do it in Australia too. (Makes sense seeing as though we cop the effects of the ozone layer hole). You can pay to off set the amout of carbon your flight produces. The money goes into making renewable sourses economically viable.

10:32 PM  
Blogger tonyballs said...

where do they put the trees?

11:45 AM  
Blogger Blake said...

BA does do this.

http://www.climatecare.org/britishairways/calculators/flight/

"British Airways were the first airline to introduce a voluntary passenger carbon offsetting scheme and we have also taken part in the recent UK government’s consultation to develop a Code of Practice for carbon offsetting." It has to be a voluntary thing so it can't be made compulsory.

If you read on their site there are lots of other ways to help and that they are already doing.

2:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You guys given up on posting ideas then?

4:12 AM  

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