MikeVDS wrote:I'm fine with the idea as long as people don't think they are off the hook as evil polluting consumer whores because they fund carbon reducing programs. Be honest with who you are and come to terms with it, then decide how you wish to invest your time and money.
Ugly Dougly wrote:Yep, throw the money at the problem and it'll go away. And I got some beachfront property to sell you, too.
Archantael wrote:Cool: Bonneville Bay Oceanside Property in Utah. Sounds interesting.
As far as this global warming stuff goes with sea levels rising, all the Earth needs is another Mt. Pinatubo type eruption or two...and that will cool things down.
stargeezer wrote:As I see it, you are going to use between 120 and 130 gallons of fuel. Rather than paying somebody so you don't feel guilty, why don't you do something productive. Find a way to save the equivalent of that fuel and actually do it. Add some solar to your house, ride a bike rather than using the car, cut your electricity usage, but do something real. Paying somebody else to do your dirty work just does not cut it. Take responsibility for your own actions, and quit hiding behind the almighty dollar.
Just my $.02!!
Once again the eplaya proves to be a denizen of negative nancies.
madmatt wrote:Once again the eplaya proves to be a denizen of negative nancies.
stargeezer wrote:From your remarks, I must assume the following definations:
Positive: Paying others to relieve one's guilt.
Negative: Doing actual productive work to improve the environment.
Yes, I guess I will side with others that are negative.
Also, as you will read in my thread, doing this isn't INSTEAD of doing other things, but IN ADDITION to doing other things.
I suppose you also flame people who say, hey, I want to do something good for the environment, so I'm going to buy wind energy, instead of coal fired energy. You would probably say, no, just don't use any energy! Walk to work, work in the dark, and walk home. Eat raw spinach in the dark, go to sleep.
Negative: misspelling DEFINITION.
Carbon credits are pure BULLSHIT. Just out of curiousity, do you have any interest in a carbon credit company?
Perhaps I'll plant some trees instead.
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