Released: Oct 4, 2011
Over the next few years, Chevrolet will be investing in projects that will help reduce up to 8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Every carbon-reducing project Chevrolet invests in will be based in the United States, and each will be focused in one of three areas: renewable energy, energy efficiency programs and forestry (including conservation). Chevrolet has chosen projects they believe will make a lasting difference in communities across the country. Progress is already underway, and Chevrolet estimates it will take up to five years to achieve the initial goal. There's still a lot of work to be done, but every project is a step in the right direction.
When you plant a virtual tree on your Facebook Page, Chevy will plant a real tree in a US National Forest, up to 175,000 trees. (http://www.chevrolet.com/green-environment/carbon-reduction/) page to learn more about their Carbon Initiative, the projects they are supporting and monitor their progress. When you plant a virtual tree on your Facebook Page, Chevy will plant a real tree in a US National Forest, up to 175,000 trees.
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