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Climate neutrality is defined as having no net greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, to be achieved by minimizing GHG emissions as much as possible, and using carbon offsets or other measures to mitigate the remaining emissions (President’s Climate Commitment, 2009).
Franklin Pierce has finished its 2007 Carbon Inventory. A summary is shown below, based on the Clean Air-Cool Planet Carbon Calculator.
|Metric Tonnes of Carbon Dioxide Equivalents (mTeCO2 )|
|mT of carbon taken in by FP forests per year: 462||Total||8642