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AIRVENTURES IS AN VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO BALANCE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS TROUGH TRAVELING WITH SMALL DONATIONS.

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CONTRIBUTORS GET AN EMAIL INVITED IN JULI TO PARTICIPATE IN DECIDING HOW THE DONATIONS ARE USED TO BALANCE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT.

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99.5% OF every contribution goes directly to the goal the contributors decide on, as Airventures is a volunteer startup keeping running costs low


DIVIDER

AIRVENTURES IS AN VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO BALANCE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS TROUGH TRAVELING WITH SMALL DONATIONS.


DIVIDER

CONTRIBUTORS GET AN EMAIL INVITED IN JULI TO PARTICIPATE IN DECIDING HOW THE DONATIONS ARE USED TO BALANCE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT.


DIVIDER

99.5% OF every contribution goes directly to the goal the contributors decide on, as Airventures is a volunteer startup keeping running costs low
DEPENDING ON THE DISTANCE YOU EMIT BETWEEN 1 AND 3 TONS OF GREENHOUSE GAS WHILE FLYING.
DONATE TO BALANCE YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
CONTRIBUTORS DECIDE HOW THE DONATIONS ARE INVESTED
MANY SMALL  ACTIONS ADD UP TO A LARGE, POSITIVE IMPACT FOR THE WORLD, FOR US, FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

 

REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

To reduce your emissions impact when flying Airventures focuses on two sectors: nature and technology


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Good news! Study shows that nature-based tourism lower poverty.

“Although protected areas reduced deforestation and increased regrowth, these land cover changes neither reduced nor exacerbated poverty, on average,” the authors write. “Our analysis suggests that nearly two-thirds of the poverty reduction associated with the establishment of Costa Rican protected areas is causally attributable to tourism.” Paul J.

Dalai Lama says strong action on climate change is a human responsibility

Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader says humans causeed global warming so must now take action to protect fragile environments including Himalayan glaciersInstitute of Tibetan Plateau Research in the region — a 2.5m sq km (966,000 sq m) area Up to 70% of the plateau is covered in permafrost, with large reserves of both carbon dioxide and methane trapped within the ice. Methane can be 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide at trapping Earth’s heat.

Aviation Q&A: the impact of flying on the environment

There’s no way around the fact that flights are bad news for the environment. It’s not just that planes are worse than most other forms of transport in terms of the impact of greenhouse gases per passenger mile. Just as important is the simple fact that flying allows us to travel a far greater number of miles than we otherwise could. Thanks to these two factors, individual trips by air can have a remarkably large carbon footprint – which helps explain why aviation has become such a heated issue in the climate change debate.

''When the last tree is burned and the last river polluted. Then we realize money cannot be eaten''

[ INDIAN PROVERB ]

"Our production needed to move to the southern tip of this planet just to be able to find snow. Climate change is real, it is happening right now. It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species, and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating. We need to support leaders around the world who do not speak for the big polluters, but who speak for all of humanity"

[ Leonardo DiCaprio ]

“The global environment crisis is, as we say in Tennessee, real as rain, and I cannot stand the thought of leaving my children with a degraded earth and a diminished future”

[ Al Gore ]

“People tend to focus on the here and now. The problem is that, once global warming is something that most people can feel in the course of their daily lives, it will be too late to prevent much larger, potentially catastrophic changes"

[ Elizabeth Kolbert ]

"Global warming threatens our health, our economy, our natural resources, and our children's future. It is clear we must act."

[ Eliot Spitzer]

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