You certainly can do that. I’d first recommend that you read http://www.wikihow.com/Buy-a-Carbon-Offset where you will find out how to calculate your carbon footprint then how to buy carbon offsets. You want to be careful that you are buying these offsets from a reputable source. A few listed are: the U.N. Clean Development Mechanism, Chicago Climate Exchange, Environmental Resources Trust, California Climate Action Registry, Voluntary Carbon Standard, Green-e Climate and Gold Standard.
But you can also check out websites like http://www.carboncatalog.org/providers/ to do some comparison shopping.
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