Land Rover is extending its carbon offsetting scheme to cover customers of its older cars as well as owners of newer models who’ve traveled more than 45,000 miles. Under the original program set up in September last year, Land Rover enabled new-car buyers to offset carbon-emissions for the first 45,000 miles by paying a small green tax to help fund conservation projects like wind farms and tree planting.

The scheme has now been extended to cover older cars, with all the collected funds going towards independent carbon offset institution Climate Care. Customers only have to pay about $170 to participate in the program, which doesn't seem like such a bad deal. Of course, it's always better to not produce the pollution in the first place but this goes some way to making that up.