The Real Big Deal

Event Offset 77.51 tonnes CO2

The Real Big Deal is a Gainesville, Florida outdoor camping and music festival featuring four live music stages and on-site camping at the Alachua County Fairgrounds. In addition to providing music, the festival aimed to bring the community together with its arts and eco-friendly attitude. The Real Big Deal was made carbon neutral by local non-profit called Earth Givers.

Production: 
Sept 13, 2009 to Sept 14, 2008 
Location: Gainesville, Florida
Country: United States

Carbon Source:
Source Type: Fairground Facilities: 1
Passenger vehicles: 915
Facilities Emission Rate: 1.62 tCO2/day
Vehicles Emission Rate: 37.16 tCO2/day

Emissions Data Certified by:
ICBE, Inc.
6651 NW 23rd Ave
Gainesville, FL 32606-8400, US
mark@icbe.com

Reduction:
Jul 1, 2008 to Jun 30, 2013

Location: North-Central Florida
Country: United States

Carbon Sink:
Sink Type: Energy Efficient Technology
Sink Variant: Compact Fluorescent Lighting
Sink GHG Rate: 90 kg/unit/yr
Sink Reduction Rate: 1,220 tCO
2/yr

Emission Reductions Created by:
Earth Givers, Inc.
408 West University Avenue, Suite 408
Gainesville, FL 32601, US
jacob@neutralgator.org

therealbigdeal.com

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