Thursday, March 11

My Blog is Carbon Neutral

I got an email from the "Make it Green" team at KaufDA [Germany] explaining that our blog/internet activities are contributing globally to carbon emissions. This was a wakeup call for me, I never knew this.
In our world today Carbon emissions are causing severe environmental damage.
Almost all our activities in our world today have an impact on the environment.

To help save our environment and neutralize the effect of the carbon emissions from the use of the internet, they are planting a tree in association with Arbor Day Foundation for each blog who joins the campaign.

Our environment is already so degraded and we all need to join hands to save our planet.
Are you in? Go Green Here

Here I officially join the Campaign by stating; My Blog is carbon neutral.
I am Making my Earth Green again.




Winc

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