Reverse greenhouse effects

FRASER Coast driver’s conscious of their carbon footprint can now relieve their minds by off-setting the greenhouse gas emissions from their cars.

A new State Government program called Reverse the Effect means Queensland motorists can hand over a donation, from $8 to $120 depending on how much carbon a vehicle emits, to off-set their emissions.

The government will match dollar for dollar and money raised will go toward creating native forests.

Climate Change and Sustainability Minister Kate Jones and Transport Minister Rachel Nolan launched the program yesterday.

To find out more about it visit www.reversetheeffect.com.au.



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