About this site
FreeCarbonOffsets.com was created with you in mind. We take the conservation steps so you don't have to. After obtaining your certificate of Carbon Offsets from us, you can proudly display it for all to see, to show others that you care about our environment. You can continue on in your daily life worry and guilt free.
» Site PhotosThe photos used on this site are in the public domain, or available under the GNU Free Documentation License.
The Blue Marble: Nasa shots of earth Wildlife Scenes: Public domain images Other Nature Scenes: More Public domain images
» Site Videos
- The "Dale explains carbon offsets" snippet is from the October 5th, 2008 airing of the "Earthy Girls are Easy" episode of the FOX series "King of the Hill".
- The "Homer and Lisa exchange thoughts on global warming" snippet is from the December 13th, 2009 airing of the "Oh Brother, Where Bart Thou?" (#MABF01 / SI-2101) episode of the FOX series "The Simpsons".
Regarding copyright, see de minimis and fair use.
» Site History
- May 15, 2009: Added geolocation information pages.
- October 3, 2008: Added Keep on Truckin' and Elegant certificate styles.
- October 2, 2008: Added News page.
- August 14, 2008: Site Redesign. Here is pic of the old design:
- December 26, 2007: Traditional certificate introduced.
- April 24, 2007: Site Launch.
A history of the certificate delivery count can be seen here.
Geolocation information for the certificates created can be seen here.
version 2.1.45 of 14 November 2013 20:45
There is growing awareness of the beauty of country ... a sincere desire to keep some of it for all time. People are beginning to value highly the fact that a river runs unimpeded for a distance... They are beginning to obtain deep satisfaction from the fact that a herd of elk may be observed in back country, on ancestral ranges, where the Indians once hunted them. They are beginning to seek the healing relaxation that is possible in wild country. In short, they want it.
— Olaus J. Murie, naturalist, writer and co-founder of The Wilderness Society