Collection: Hanukkah

Celebrate the spirit of Hanukkah with your family and loved ones by sending meaningful Hanukkah Cards that are also dedicated to saving the planet by including the gift of carbon dioxide removal.

Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a celebration of an ancient people overcoming a difficult period in history. Now we can send a card that not only honors their struggle, but also takes action in our current struggle with climate change. For the 8 days of Hanukkah celebration, let your family and loved ones know that you hold them in your heart during this beautiful celebration by giving them a card with warm Hanukkah wishes that show you care for them and also for Planet Earth.

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Because people everywhere are growing more concerned about global warming and the effects of climate change with each passing year, it is important that we start using every tool available to us to combat climate change. Our exclusive Hanukkah greeting Cards allow people to include the gift of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere along with their messages of hope and renewal in the coming year. Our cards enable people to turn their best Hanukkah wishes into a concrete action that helps to protect our Planet Earth.

After selecting a card to send, then select a method and price point for the carbon removal. We offer a number of different methodologies for carbon dioxide removal including reforestation, soil carbon, biochar, bio-oil, concrete mineralization, and enhanced rock weathering. The price points correlate with the quantity of carbon removal ranging from kilos all the way up to a ton. All of these components can be applied to the Hanukkah greeting cards to create a very personalized card that can be sent to loved ones in dedication.

We invite you to browse our selection of artistically designed cards and choose the Hanukkah card that best conveys your sentiments, and then to share your best Hanukkah wishes and the gift of carbon removal with your friends and family.