The UNA Eastbourne carbon offset and carbon reduction schemes

Crumblin cliffs after storm damageIn 2018 scientists were alarmed that for the first time in millions of years global average atmospheric CO2 levels reached 410ppm. Furthermore, it is worrying that currently the rate of increase is not diminishing indicating our global efforts to reduce our carbon appetite are insufficient.

With increasing urgency we must do two things: One of the trees UNA Eastbourne planted
1. Reduce our CO2 emissions – each of us as individuals, but also all responsible corporate institutions and governments.
2. Capture the runaway atmospheric CO2 in responsible ways.

The UNA Eastbourne encourages all its members to AVOID, REDUCE and OFFSET their carbon footprint. We also encourage businesses and institutions to support us in our CARBON CAPTURE SCHEME.

The UNA Eastbourne has had over 15 year of involvement in development projects in Uganda with some 10 years experience in planting trees in eastern Uganda. We believe our MVULE CARBON CAPTURE SCHEME is an inexpensive but highly efficient natural method of capturing CO2 for long term carbon storage.

 

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