Canada Winery Goes Carbon-Neutral

     Tinhorn Creek Vineyards has become Canada’s first carbon-neutral winery, following a trail blazed by New Zealand’s Grove Mill Winery in September 2006 and, more recently, California’s Parducci Winery.

     Being carbon neutral typically requires organizations to reduce emissions of the gases associated with global warming, and offset remaining emissions through carbon sequestration strategies (such as planting trees) or the purchase of so-called “carbon credits” from a recognized broker.

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