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I don't think "people " buy them . Corporations or companies buy them as required by law ( in USA). One instance is auto manufacturers : When the new automobile fleet average does not meet the EPA requirements . GM may purchase credits from Tesla ( Tesla has a bunch of credits because carbon used to generate electricity is not counted ) . This is done ...


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I'm not an expert, but I was reading today about 1 project/company that funds it's carbon reduction projects by taking a fee, per tonne of carbon dioxide produced, from people who want to offset that production. Seemed like a good idea to me.


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As a very rough guesstimate, watching HD video on a smartphone is said to use about 1 kW all in all. I gathered this from this German-language news post which in turn references the Lean ICT Report by The Shift Project and a Swedish Study that is in turn used by the Shift Project. If you ignoring the carbon footprint of the boxe itself (power supply), ...


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I was about to post a quick question, trying to figure out the comparison for a Hyundai i30 2018 model vs Prius C, then went down a rabbit hole for a couple of hours. I'm waaaay out of my depth here, so trying to piece together our situation for two cars we're considering. The end result (TL;DR) is the Prius C or Prius produce way lower CO2 including ...


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I see this question was asked 6 years ago ... I hope things have gone well since then. As the issue is still relevant, here is my solution: (1) Investing in projects in developing countries has the advantage that your money is going to generate something new, and there will be a development bonus as well. The disadvantage is that it is hard to get full ...


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