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Cooling Credits: Subscription

Fight climate change – for 90% less! Subscribe and get a major discount when buying in quantities of 30 Cooling Credits a month.
30 Cooling Credits / Month.

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10 Cooling Credits

10 Cooling Credits

You are offsetting the warming effect of 1 ton of carbon dioxide for 1 year!

By purchasing 10 Cooling Credits, your funds will be used to release at least 10 grams of our "clouds" into the stratosphere on your behalf, offsetting the warming effect of 10 tons of carbon dioxide for 1 year. We will share the fulfillment of your Cooling Credit order after deployment via email with the location, time, date, serial number(s) of your Cooling Credits, and video footage. You can also look on your account page for previous orders.

Your purchase is refundable at any time pre-deployment. The current fulfillment time for Cooling Credits is 30 days and 8 hours.

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Why others have joined cooling Earth
  • We should obviously be doing solar geoengineering. We are on track to radically reduce emissions in the coming years but thermal damage will lag our course correction so most of our climate pain is still ahead of us. Why risk destabilizing the West Antarctic ice sheet or melting the arctic permafrost or wet bulbing a hundred million people to death? Solar geoengineering can incrementally and reversibly buy down the risk during this knife-edge transition to a better future. We owe future generations to take all practical steps to dodge avoidable catastrophic and lasting damage to our planet.

    Casey Handmer, PhD from Caltech
  • It’s a small way I can help with a seemly very large problem! For what it’s worth, $200 offset 20 tons of CO2 is a great win!

    Brian Vallelunga, CEO of Doppler
  • At some point, you learn about reflective particles as a potential cooling method. The next question would be: 'Is anyone doing this now?' This led to the discovery of Make Sunsets, a team that not only explores solar radiation management techniques but also works to implement them. It's incredibly reassuring to see a group like Make Sunsets pushing the boundaries of scientific research, aiming to create a cooler, more sustainable future for everyone.

    Kevin S. Thompson, Austin, Texas