Alberta, Canada (PressExposure) December 03, 2012 -- Global Emissions Offset Corp. recently announced the launch of a new GEOC blog that offers simple navigation, regularly updated environmental news. The blog serves as a place where they can update information daily about carbon offset and their green afforestation projects.
The GEOC blog, which is located at http://www.geoc.ca will serve as an information portal for experts at GEOC to share their knowledge, experiences and connect with readers who are interested in protecting the environment and especially GEOC projects and activities. The blog idea was born from the desire to keep readers updated about projects between GEOC and First Nation and MÃ©tis.
Ongoing content of the blog will include environment news, projects updates and the latest technology, best practices which they apply in the carbon offset arena. The blog also provides visitors with easier access to information about environmental issues with the aim to raise people's awareness of protecting the planet. The blog also emphasizes the importance of planting trees to reduce global warming and introduces different tree packages offered by GEOC.
Dan Pacholik had this to say about the new blog: "We are excited to have our new blog up, we have a tremendous amount of interest in the tree packages, the afforestation projects with both First Nations and Metis, and the blog allows us to communicate what has been happening in the carbon offset arena."
About Global Emissions Offset Corp. (http://www.globalemissions.com/): is a Calgary based carbon credit aggregator that has been working with First Nations and Metis groups in Alberta to process all available Carbon Credits from First Nations, Aboriginal and Indigenous peoples through a proprietary software platform known as QSYS. QSYS is a commercially available Microsoft based platform that allows stakeholders to manage carbon credits from inception through to serialization and sale on a fully ISO-14064 compliant platform.