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You Can’t Manage What You Can’t Measure

California has an impressive array of legislation aimed at curbing climate change.  At an individual level, we believe that in buying better light bulbs and more efficient cars, we'll be doing something to help.  We don't lack for governmental mandates or individual hints about sustainability, but when we try to follow them, how do we know whether we're doing enough to really affect climate change?  We need to measure the carbon footprint results of our development actions.

The sheer magnitude of what we need to build in the next 20 years here in California says that development decisions can make a big difference in carbon emissions.  CarbonPlanner quickly and clearly forecasts project-generated CO2 and shows you how to reduce it in the early planning stages.  It's been shown over and over that if we can see the the hard number impact of taking responsible actions, we can make better choices: our actions can make a difference.

This is why we've spent time creating this simple, easy, yet reliable tool to help you anticipate the climate impact of your development decisions.  It's just right for that early pre-screening stage of a project when you're looking for strategies to create a project with a smaller carbon footprint.   

CarbonPlanner makes development impacts on climate change instantly measurable, and calibrates our efforts to improve project performance.

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