Measuring a Metric Ton

by Leah Feor June 14, 2016

Back in April, Matt wrote about reducing our carbon footprints with tree planting. The numbers can get a little tricky when calculating our impact on the Earth, so here is a little bit of context on how to measure a metric ton.
Measuring a Metric Ton
While one tree can only absorb a tiny portion of what we emit just to get through the day, every little bit counts.  
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