While there is much debate about impact of our carbon footprint on the planet, it is our belief that the impact exists and will continue to negatively impact our plant and its ecosystems. In the past 200 years, more carbon has been dumped into the atmosphere than ever causing the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere to more than double the maximum level they’ve been throughout history.
Wekiva Island is determined to help reduce the carbon footprint and be a part of helping decrease the risk of catastrophic climate change. To do so, we have adopted the 2030 Challenge!
These targets may be accomplished by implementing innovative sustainable design strategies, generating on-site renewable power and/or purchasing (20% maximum) renewable energy and/or certified renewable energy credits.
As concern grows about the prospect of global climate change, more and more people are searching for ways to address their carbon impact on our planet. The first step in moving in a positive direction is understanding what your present impact is and what contributes to it.
Winter Wonderland is back again, and we’re excited to celebrate the festive season all December long. In addition to our well-loved activities like daily “snow” flurries, the Christmas tree forest and our 24-ft tall tree, and visits from your favorite Christmas characters, Santa is inviting all the good boys and girls for the first time ever to his Workshop, right here at Wekiva Island.