Green Burial Council

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The Green Burial Council is an independent, tax-exempt, nonprofit organization working to encourage environmentally sustainable death care and the use of burial as a new means of protecting natural areas. They use a mix of evangelism, economic incentives, and solid science. The GBC has been stewarded by individuals representing the environmental/conservation community, consumer organizations, academia, the deathcare industry, and such organizations and institutions as The Nature Conservancy, The Trust for Public Land, AARP, and the University of Colorado. They are funded by contributions from individuals, certification fees, honoraria, and a grant from the Roy M. Hunt Foundation. They are represented by 300 (and growing) "approved providers" operating throughout North America, with offices in the US and Canada.

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