Cleaning up Your Household’s ‘Carbon Trash’ and Becoming Carbon Neutral

OSU Wexner Medical Center’s Green Team Monthly Webinar Series presents:

Clean up Your Household’s ‘Carbon Trash’ and Become Carbon Neutral – with Daniel Poynter. 

Tuesday, Jul 20, 2021 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

About the speaker:

Daniel Poynter  founder @Carbon Neutral Ohio, one state chapter of a national grassroots movement
 
Daniel Poynter founded Carbon Neutral Indiana (CNI) in April 2020, and his non-profit organization is now expanding to other states, including Ohio (www.CarbonNeutralOhio.org). CNI helps households measure and clean up their carbon footprints. Along the way, they’ve demonstrated a self-financing, scalable social movement that can be expanded across other states. Before founding CNI, Daniel was a software engineer, professional advisor to 100+ social entrepreneurs, MacArthur Foundation Young Innovator, and speaker at 20 international academic institutions.

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