A Holiday Gift that Reduces Global Warming

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Scientist Launches the GreenPleasures Sustainability Program for Vacationers.

You can have fun and slow global warming.

As leading scientists around the planet continue to study potential solutions to the growing problem of global warming, many everyday citizens are searching for ways they can combat climate change at an individual level. One scientist, Eric Woodroof, Ph.D, has created a convenient way for people to help heal the planet – while leisurely enjoying a vacation. He has created a program that allows travelers to save thousands of dollars on exotic trips and the dollars from your purchase help reduce global warming. Dr. Woodroof, who has helped organizations save millions in cost-reduction programs, says, “You can have fun and slow global warming.” Woodroof’s new sustainability program: GreenPleasures.com offers a unique solution for anyone that wants to take a vacation.

Here is how it works, carbon emissions (greenhouse gases) are generated by driving, traveling or just everyday living. To mitigate this impact, GreenPleasures purchases carbon emission credits that are greater than the average emissions generated by its clients’ when they go on vacation. For example, when vacationers purchase a seven day vacation, Green Pleasures purchases 4,400 lbs of carbon credits (equivalent to planting nearly one acre of trees), which more than offsets the carbon emissions impact of the entire trip. Woodroof says, “This is a new vacation concept, and our clients love it because, while on vacation they are helping to slow global warming.” Laurie Moote of Texas, who just returned from the Riviera Maya in Mexico states, “I would definitely do this again…helping the environment while enjoying time with family on a wonderful vacation- it doesn’t get any better. We also saved 50% on the trip by using the program.”

Discover more about this program at http://www.GreenPleasures.com, where travelers can get a vacation (or give away vacations as gifts), which will be remembered by the vacationers and loved by our Earth.                        

Visit http://www.greenpleasures.com


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