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by Purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates or Green Tags!

The vendors listed below support different renewable energy generating facilities and/or carbon sequestration and outreach projects. They represent businesses at the tribal, national and international levels. Select a vendor based on your interests.


charitable nonprofit

Carbon Fund
10001 Dallas Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20901
(240) 556-1908
Wind > 99%
Solar < 1%
Nationwide carbon sequestration public education and outreach activities

charitable nonprofit
Green Tags
Bonneville Environmental Foundation
133 SW 2nd Avenue,
Suite 410
Portland, OR 97204
(866) 233-8247
Wind > 99%
Solar < 1%
Nationwide carbon sequestration public education and outreach activities

Rosebud Sioux Tribe
Native Energy
P.O. Box 539
Charlotte, VT 05445
(800) 924-6826
Wind > 100% Tribal first large-scale native American owned and operated wind turbine

charitable nonprofit

Sustainable Travel International
2060 Floral Drive
Boulder, CO 80304
(720) 273-2975
Solar, Wind, Hydraulic and Biomass
International sustainable projects from communities around the World

Renewable Energy Certificate (REC), or Green Tag (also known as carbon offsets or carbon credits) vendors were selected based on five criteria.

  1. RECs are certified by Green-e, the international Kyoto protocol or by the World Wildlife Fund Gold Standard.
  2. Online calculator for CO2 Emissions and RECs to offset travel is easy to access.
  3. Facilities endorsed by environmental organizations: Natural Resources Defense Council, Environmental Defense Fund, etc...
  4. Some renewable energy projects developed on tribal lands.
  5. Number of years in business.

For more information about RECs view the Green Your Travel slide show PDF or PPT

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