From World Cup to World Bank, Climate Actions Rise
"We're talking about millions of tonnes a year (of carbon dioxide offsets) instead of perhaps 100,000 a couple of years ago,"
- Jonathan Shopley, managing director of The Carbon Neutral Co. in London
Oslo, Norway - The World Cup, a movie by former US Vice President Al Gore and the World Bank are all doing their bit to fight global warming by using the burgeoning but barely regulated business of "carbon neutrality."
Holidaymakers, worried that jet fuel emissions are warming the planet, and firms such as Europe's biggest bank HSBC are also seeking to reduce damage to the environment.