When it comes to carbon foot print, I produce more than my fair share.
If we do not start somewhere with something, then what is the point of going down a path that may lead to a different future. The idea is expensive. It is still an idea that has a future. Solar panels, like food, can be produced locally. Every morning I eat a banana. It was not grown in Colorado. Yet it is the best way to get Potassium. Am I willing to pay for the shipping of that fruit? You bet. Can I make an offset with the solar panels that negates the CO2 that was used to get them here from China? Probably.
It is about taking a direction into the future. We need to start somewhere. This is only one place where we decided to start. If you want to know about more places I will be happy to show you some other ecological offerings from JPW that really make a difference. Email me firstname.lastname@example.org