Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Enjoy balanced carbon shopping at no additional cost to you! While we are building the new site you can use our temporary portal and 2 to 15 % of the sale goes to balance your products footprint and provide children like Lilian Pesi with sustainable development and carbon free energy. Our mission is to reduce carbon and poverty at the same time by balancing daily carbon debt. The new site will provide carbon management services and offsets for your everyday purchases.
Posted by Daisy Carlson at 6:27 PM
Thursday, December 3, 2009
Here is the little PSA I shot when I was in Kenya covering the drought in October. Lilian Pesi and her friends need our help.
Please join us in raising enough money to build Lilian's school a Windmill and a vegetable garden with a fence to protect it from elephants.
If you would like to help before we have the new site up please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We will soon have gifts available that you can give one to a friend and one to Lilian's school like a solar light, Toms shoes, a garden in a box, and more. We will also have a shopping button that helps a portion of your purchase from 200 retail partners go to Lilians school. Stay tuned next week.
Lilian's school and I thank you for your support.
Posted by Daisy Carlson at 4:37 PM
This was the little piece on CNN and in Times Square on Climate Action day Oct. 24, hosted by Bill McKibben and 350.
The Maasai Climate Action was challenging as on the day of the shoot elephants blocked the children's passage through
the dry river so we didn't have a total of 350 kids at any one time. I would say, having seen the devastation of drought, Kenya as a country is the truth of Climate in Action. They endure unthinkable suffering from lack of water. That alone sends a clear message to the world. We need reality based climate policy TODAY. Each of us should make a personal sustainability goal to help reduce our emissions everyday. It matters to children all over the world today and tomorrow.
Posted by Daisy Carlson at 10:37 AM