A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Emily's trees
myself and my carbon footprint offset


Every year I try to offset my carbon, as I drive so much, so now the trees will all be in one place.

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For my USA flights and 5000 miles in my car, so half my car miles.

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9th March 2019

the rest of my 2018 offset and my flights to Barcelona and Alicante

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13th May 2018

ready for planting in spring 2018, £200 off my annual offset.

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31st December 2017

last £100 from 2016 and now the £300 from 2017

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4th August 2017

another chunk of my 2016 offset to clear. £100 to go then start on 2017.

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24th March 2017

some more from my 2016 offset to clear

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13th March 2017

some of my 2016 carbon offset, got a lot more to go to clear 2016 and now 2017 is about to start.

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1st January 2017

me because neighbours cutting down trees and been to tuscany.

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20th October 2016

This is some money for my sisters wedding in Vegas.

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4th March 2016

last bit of my 2015 off set

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2nd November 2015

another £100, so £88 to go in 2015

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5th August 2015

1st installment for 2015. Another £188 to go.

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13th July 2015

I think it is very important to offset my carbon by planting trees every year, as we've only got 1 planet earth, and if we carry on as we are now, it won't be inhabitable by humans by the end of the century, we must act now to save it.

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Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
myself and my carbon footprint offset's grove
Trees in this grove: 330

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