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Terracuro Promises Carbon Neutral Living And Cleaner, Lower Energy Costs

by Staff Writers
Houston TX (SPX) Nov 02, 2007
A powerful new Windows software program called TerraCuro (Latin for Earth Care) is the first-ever of its type in providing individual users with a crystal clear picture on total personal energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. What gets measured gets results. In only 15 minutes of weekly use, TerraCuro users can achieve verifiably cleaner, lower cost, carbon-neutral living.

Studies and polls show that the majority of adults believe climate change is real and is happening at a faster pace. However, most people feel uncertain about what they can do to help. " TerraCuro is a first-of-kind solution which connects users directly to climate change and empowers them with a great feeling as they do something first-hand about this problem", says company spokesperson, Jeffrey Scott. "Once you start the TerraCuro program, it becomes addictive because it's easy to use and delivers positive feelings along with a great sense of personal accomplishment. Program users get rich information and clear guidance to make wise choices, then see positive results unfold right before their eyes", says Scott.

TerraCuro delivers:

- a powerful, composite Dashboard view of over 20 energy use and Carbon Dioxide generation areas which are part of day to day living;
- simple and quick input ledgers linked to an underlying personal database;
- monthly milestone progress measurements toward preset energy and climate gas reduction goals;
- low purchase price ($42 per licensed copy) along with guaranteed satisfaction and a very high return on investment; analysis tools, actionable guidance, online user forums and a community of like-minded users for further support.

Whether its an airplane flight, a gallon of gas, a utility bill or recycled trash items, everything people use or do is converted by the TerraCuro program into Energy megajoules and CO2 tons. The TerraCuro Dashboard provides users with clear summary views for energy usage, energy savings and CO2 footprint balances. Each user also has a Personal Climate Intensity (PCI) rating which reflects whether they are Carbon Dioxide neutral as well as providing a ratio of personal climate gas balance to energy used. The PCI and Dashboard display numbers are constantly updated and improved as TerraCuro users make real progress.

The company has set a 1 billion ton per year CO2 reduction goal for its community of users. Program users participate by selecting the programs' optional reporting feature to upload monthly energy and climate gas improvement results. TerraCuro will begin publishing group results toward the 1 billion ton goal on its website in 2008.

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