Saturday, January 26, 2013

The World's First Carbon for Water Program

A new film by Evan Abramson and Carmen Elsa Lopez looks at the world's first carbon financed water scheme. Vestergaard Frandsen, a company that makes products to prevent disease in the developing world, shows how providing safe drinking water while cutting more than 2 million tons of carbon emissions a year is good business.

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1 comment:

Total Comfort Mechanical said...

Great project.We highly appreciate this huge social work.This will help save hundreds of innocent lives as well thousands of trees...Keep the good work up!!!!!