Cosmic Flares will provide a portion of the proceeds of each sale to Carbonfund.org to aid in reforestation efforts
Online PR News – 15-July-2010 – – Cosmic Flares announced that it is offsetting its carbon emissions with Carbonfund.org, the leading nonprofit carbon offset and climate solutions organization. By joining Carbonfund.org’s CarbonFree® Partner program, Cosmic Flares has joined a national movement of businesses and organizations that are leading the fight against global warming.
Carbonfund.org’s CarbonFree® Partner program supports third-party validated renewable energy, energy efficiency, and reforestation projects in the U.S. and abroad to reduce global CO2 emissions and help hasten our transition to a clean energy future.
Cosmic Flares is committed to providing the perfect blend of function and eco-consciousness. Its solar products include solar cell phone chargers, solar backpacks that charge mobile devices, solar lamps and other products that are powered by solar energy.
“Partnering with Carbonfund.org was a natural decision for Cosmic Flares. Our company’s focus lies in providing convenience to customers on the go while alleviating the carbon footprint left by modern technology,” said Gurbaksh Singh Chhabra, vice president of Cosmic Flares.
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About Comic Flares
Cosmic Flares offers solar-powered products for the eco-minded consumer. With products like cell phone chargers, solar lamps, and solar-powered backpacks consumers can charge on-the-go using solar power and feel good about reducing the burden on the planet.
Carbonfund.org is the leading nonprofit carbon reduction and climate solutions organization, making it easy and affordable for individuals, businesses and organization to reduce their climate impact by supporting third-party validated renewable energy, energy efficiency and reforestation projects. Carbonfund.org has over 450,000 individual supporters and works with over 1,400 business and nonprofit partners including Discovery, Motorola, Amtrak, Volkswagen, Dell, JetBlue, and Staples. Visit www.carbonfund.org.