The average person's carbon foot print is about 22 tons, which means 22 tons of CO2 are added to the atmosphere by a person each year.  This is equivalent to the weight of an empty E175 jet!

The average person's carbon foot print is about 22 tons, which means 22 tons of CO2 are added to the atmosphere by a person each year.  This is equivalent to the weight of an empty E175 jet!

Who We Are

Environmentally Correct Concepts Inc. (ECCI™) is the only greenhouse gas accounting entity in the world using a patented protocol to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide and delivers the subsequent real carbon credits.

Carbon quantification has been ECCI's™ business since 1998 when we first received recognition by the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration (EIA).  Since that time, ECCI™ has added expertise to accurately monitor carbon reduction programs.  ECCI™ real carbon credits come from U.S. farmers and ranchers following our patented protocol guidelines.  ECCI™ real carbon credits represent CO2 that has been removed from the atmosphere.  How much CO2 is removed?  Each carbon credit represents 2000 pounds, or one ton, of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere.  

For more information about ECCI's™ real carbon credits, watch our video.