Soil Carbon Simplified

What is soil carbon sequestration? Soil carbon sequestration is a nature-based solution using the natural photosynthesis process of plants to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and store it in the soil and plant root systems. How do sustainable agriculture projects work? Sustainable agriculture projects can help increase the amount of carbon stored by plants. These […]

Blog / 01 Feb 2021

World Environment Day 2020

It’s #timefornature

Blog, Press Releases / 05 Jun 2020

Celebrating Jamie MacKinnon’s Hard Work

This post is part of a series honoring the spirit of adventure and courage in Bluesource employees. We are proud to celebrate the experiences of our staff that model for us an incredible drive and perseverance. On May 11, 2019 Jamie MacKinnon, Vice President, graduated from Vermont Law School with a Masters of Environmental Law […]

Blog / 13 Jun 2019

Withdrawing from the Paris Agreement: An Un-American Tactic

Over the last 20 years, Bluesource has been a pioneer and leader in environmental markets. Along the way, we’ve occupied a front-row seat as America’s politicians have alternatively embraced and rejected climate science and consequences, occasionally advocating and opposing widely divergent positions within a matter of weeks.  We have observed mainstream America struggling with conflicting […]

Blog / 12 Jun 2017

Roger Williams Conducts A ‘Post Mortem’ of the Recent Senate Debate on the US Climate Security Act

July 7, 2008 The US climate security act spluttered to a halt on 4 June after receiving only 48 of the 60 votes necessary to stay alive during a brief two-day debate in the Senate. What happened and what can we learn for future US climate policy? Though the planet continues to get warmer, US […]

Blog / 07 Jul 2008

Just a heads up…

At the moment, we exclusively develop projects in the United States and Canada. You indicated that you’re located outside of our project focus area. For now, we’ll add you to our list of potential partners and you’ll be the first to hear when we expand outside of North America.

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