Rainforest Alliance awards Costa Rica's NatureAir
The New York-based Rainforest Alliance awarded Costa Rica airline NatureAir for its efforts to conserve the environment.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
NatureAir is the first airline in the world to compensate its carbon emissions totally. With the money it earns from selling carbon credits, it helps conservation of Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula.
What will become an international requirement in the future, is today an opportunity to stand out.
U.S. company Equator agreed to purchase $9 million worth of carbon certificates, which originate from the country's forest conservation.
Industrias La Constancia, ICL, was awarded first place in the central america in clean processes.
In times of economic crisis, the shift to a low-carbon economy is the smartest investment any country can make.
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