Some people already have so much great stuff that finding something to give them that they don’t have, and might want, can be daunting. And then there are gifts for people who are business acquaintances.
It’s hard to find something meaningful for someone you don’t know very well, and it’s a drag to spend money and the earth’s resources on something that has meaning for no one.
So, instead of buying more items for people whose individual enjoyment is already well-sated, why not give them a greater stake our collective well-being? Like a carbon offset......click here to read the rest of this article on The Vancouver Observer as originally published.