In this ever-swarmed world, JetBlue needs to do its part in helping the earth. In the carrier’s “One Thing That’s Green” battle, it means to bring issues to light of its endeavors in balancing CO2
emanations. At the point when JetBlue flies planes, nursery gasses, for example, CO2 are discharged into the air, and however JetBlue can’t catch the same CO2 that is radiated from its planes, it
can catch other similarly impactful nursery gasses somewhere else. JetBlue will likely lessen the aggregate sum of hurtful nursery gasses in the earth, along these lines abating the impacts of
environmental change. The aircraft has as of now balance more than 350 million pounds of CO2 and is working with and acquiring carbon balances from CarbonFund.org to ensure about 500,000
sections of land of jeopardized rainforest in Brazil.