Bath, Somerset – 08 March 2023 Bath City FC is working with Reduce Our Carbon Charitable Foundation to offset its carbon emissions. Through the funding of Reduce Our Carbon Charitable Foundation projects, Bath City FC will offset 36 metric tons of CO2 produced by the teams travel and stadium utilities over the projects’ operating lives equating to 1800 trees planted. …
ROC Trustee Tim Edwards joins Craig Cohon in Germany to Walk it Back
an epic global climate journey ROC Trustee Tim Edwards joins Craig Cohon in Germany to help ‘Walk It Back.’ Craig is looking to walk 4,000kM from London to Istanbul wiping clean his entire lifetime carbon emissions since his birth in 1963. MORE INFORMATION ON THE INITIATIVE ON THE WALK IT BACK HERE Click here 01 Tim & Craig Outside Hannover, …
Boaco Agroforestry Project
Boaco, Central Nicaragua The purpose of Reduce Our Carbon Charitable Foundation is to promote the conservation of the natural environment and the advancement of public education due to deforestion and other effects of the release of carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere and the encouragement of afforestation. To further these purposes for the public benefit, the Charity, funded by founding …
The Yukon 1000: Offsetting a Lifetime’s Carbon Emissions for Reduce Our Carbon Charitable Foundation
Help Sponsor Team ‘Fortune Favours the Brave’ when they take on the Yukon 1000 for the Worlds Longest Paddle Race from Canada to the Arctic Circle self-supported up the Yukon River, July 2023 More have been up Everest than past Dawson City. Donate Here
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Global Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet
The climate on Earth is changing. Global climate change: Vital signs of the Planet presents news and information about Earth’s changing climate. Learn more about the science of climate change on this website.
Carbon dioxide levels continue at record levels
Carbon dioxide levels today are higher than at any point in at least the past 800,000 years. The global average atmospheric carbon dioxide in 2019 was 409.8 parts per million. If we don’t reduce the amount of carbon humanity puts into the atmosphere, future climate effects can be devastating.
From the Industrial Revolution to Climate Change: What Happened and Why?
Coal, oil and natural gas have helped bring humanity from farms, villages and feudalism to the vibrancy of modern society. But we are now at a juncture in human development because of climate change. How did we go from the horse and plough to warming the entire planet? Why did this happen and what might it mean for future generations? …
Learn how human activity is changing the Earth
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body for assesing the science related to climate change. In their website, you can find scientific reports related to climate change, its impacts and future risks. You can also find actions that can be taken to reduce the rate at which climate change is taking place.
The Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice. Learn more about this initiave and be part of the change.
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