Compensate Your Driving Carbon Footprint with 11th Hour Racing Team and SeaTrees

Regular price $22.00

100% of profits fund our mission to protect and restore coastal ecosystems - turning the tide on climate change.

Join the 11th Hour Racing Team and compensate the climate impact of your mileage - better yet, skip the car and walk or ride a bike whenever you can!

Take this #OceanPositive action and we'll plant mangrove trees in Mida Creek, Kenya, and protect a REDD+, VERRA and CCBA certified, "ridge to reef" watershed project in the Southern Cardamom Mountains in Cambodia or along the Pacific coast of Colombia.

By wiping out your driving impact, you:

  • Sequester one ton of CO2 with carbon credits from either the Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project in Cambodia or the Colombia Pacific Watershed Projects.
  • Plant three mangrove trees in Mida Creek, Kenya which has the potential to sequester an additional 1.2 metric tons of CO2
  • Create tree planting and management jobs for the villages of the Mida Creek region, and forest protection and ecotourism jobs for people living in the Southern Cardamom forest.
  • Protect biodiversity and threatened species such as dugongs (sea cows) and Irrawaddy dolphins in the Southern Cardamom Watershed, and protects critical habitat and nesting areas for sea turtles, Humpback Whales, and Indo-pacific Bottlenose Dolphin.

What's the carbon footprint of your driving?:

    • Average Surfer (USA): In a 2011 survey conducted by Surf First and the Surfrider Foundation, the median distance traveled by surfers to go surfing was 10 miles one way, and the median number of times they surfed per year was 97 = 1,940 miles per year to surf.
    • Average American (USA): The average American drives 10658 miles per year

Fuel economy is based on the average American car - sourced from the USA EPA


Tax Deductible: Wiping out your impact is tax deductible in the USA. Keep your receipt!