Tani believes that carbon offsets are a tool to expedite implementation and expand the realm of possible climate change solutions. Tani seeks to share his experiences, and any tools he’s helped develop to expand higher-education's ability to generate offset credits. Prior to his position at the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute, Tani attended was a Program Coordinator at the Duke Carbon Offsets Initiative (DCOI). He attended Oberlin College, then completed a certificate of GHG accounting, and started Tomorrow's Climate Solutions (TCS) a client-based consulting group.
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