TOURJET GOES ZERO CARBON WITH CARBON FUND
TourJet offsets all carbon related costs of doing business,
from office energy use to air fuel used in flights.
Washington, DC -- 2005 – TourJet America,
a leading private aircraft broker specializing in the needs of
the entertainment industry, has announced they have become a Zero
Carbon partner of Carbonfund, reducing their global climate impact
to zero. TourJet offset their entire corporate carbon emissions,
from office energy use to jet fuel expenditures. At TourJet’s
request, Carbonfund will offset the carbon by supporting much
needed reforestation projects in fire stricken areas of California.
Next year, Tourjet will look into expanded support of renewable
energy and energy efficiency projects.
“TourJet’s Zero Carbon initiative is a significant
step for an industry member that must rely heavily upon carbon
fuels,” said Carbonfund President Lesley Marcus Carlson.
“TourJet going Zero Carbon demonstrates what our foundation
has always maintained – incorporating carbon offsets is
simple and quite manageable within any successful business endeavor.”
TourJet founder, Dave Davis, added “We’ve
built our business on excellent client care and we think customer
service in the new millennium includes making socially responsible
and ecologically sound choices.”
TourJet has an unrivaled reputation of professionally managing
and delivering chartered flight services to discriminating clients.
TourJet offers executive jets, first class jets, turbo-prop aircraft,
and even the largest of passenger aircraft and associated charter
services. With a large segment of the music industry charter flight
industry, TourJet has successfully expanded into providing services
to film production crews, fortune 500 companies, professional
athletes and celebrities.
Carbonfund makes it easy and affordable for individuals and businesses
to reduce their climate impact to zero. With its easy-to-use
calculator, low offset cost per ton of CO2, and certified offset
projects, Carbonfund is proving that anyone can reduce their impact
on climate change quickly and efficiently. Carbonfund is
a 501(c)(3) charitable, nonprofit organization.
For information: www.carbonfund.org
Contact: Lesley Marcus Carlson (email@example.com)