Blog - Carbon Neutral Indiana

Interview with Stephen Perkins, Climate Organizer

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Indiana Carbon Market Bill Passes First Hurdle in State Senate

"A bill backed by farmers and environmental groups that establishes a voluntary carbon market in the state unanimously passes the Senate Natural Resources Committee...

SB 373 was brought to the Senate Natural Resources Committee with the help of former Sen. Mark Stoops, who sponsored an earlier version of the bill, and groups like Carbon Neutral Indiana."

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See also these two blog posts:

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Thank You River Birch Executive Advisers

Thank you to Will Ditzler of RiverBirch Executive Advisers LLC for a $500 donation through 1% For the Planet!

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Carbon Neutral Indiana Nominated for 1% For The Planet

Companies that participate in 1% For The Planet give 1% of their sales to environmental non-profits. Will Ditzler nominated us as a non-profit partner! This means business owners can now select Carbon Neutral Indiana as a recipient.

Learn more about Will's consulting company RiverBirch Executive Advisors LLC.

Learn more on our 1% For The Planet profile page.

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NationBuilder Highlights CNI as Case Study

NationBuilder is the nation's leading software for grassroots movements. For example, the tech savvy Presidential candidate Andrew Yang used it for his campaign.

NationBuilder is so proud of what Carbon Neutral Indiana is accomplishing with their platform that they just published a case study of our work. In addition to their story about Andrew Yang's campaign, they also published a story recently about They used NationBuilder to reach 100,000,000 people in 2020.

Read NationBuilder's case study on Carbon Neutral Indiana here.

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Presentation at Northwest Indiana Green Drinks - 1/21/21

Nancy Moldenhauer invited Daniel Poynter, of Carbon Neutral Indiana, to share about Carbon Neutral Indiana at a meeting of the Northwest Indiana Green Drinks.

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CNI Mentioned in Howey Politics Indiana

"Energy dependence, on the other hand, is the effect of SEA 309, the 2017 state law that phases out net metering of consumer-generated solar energy. This cynical law hampers one industry while passive aggressively buttressing another.

Essentially ghostwritten by utility lobbyists, the law was shepherded by Sen. Brandt Hershman, who, soon after the law was passed, his industry credentials burnished, flew the coop to Washington to be a lobbyist himself...

Solar providers can barely keep up with the surge in demand. Outfits like Solar United Neighbors of Indiana are marketing solar buyers clubs. And a new initiative called Carbon Neutral Indiana is enticing Hoosiers to analyze and offset their carbon footprints with investments in forest preservation and solar [Disclosure: the author is a member of both].

Although it was designed to keep the solar genie in the bottle, SEA 309 has forced the genie out." -Anne Laker

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Visting a 16 MW Solar Project

Fun! Tyler Kanczuzewski of Inovateus Solar invited Daniel Poynter of Carbon Neutral Indiana to tour their 16 MW solar project. They are going to plant pollenizers everywhere. Solar panels and butterflies / bees... on 80 acres. Stay tuned for more news about CNI + Inovateus.

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Carbon Farming and Forestry Bill (Indiana SB 373)

This Feb the Senate Natural Resources Committee will discuss a proposed climate bill (Indiana SB 373). It's had exciting bipartisan support.

Our working group will have a 1 pager ready soon. We'll share it here.

Essentially, it would enable Indiana farmers and forest owners to be paid to sequester carbon. It's a 100% voluntary and 100% revenue neutral.

Where would the money come from? Read more below.

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Carbon Neutral Indiana - By the Numbers

Any Fry created this infographic. Learn more about our impact.

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