Described by a competitor as "small but serious" the team prides itself on technical expertise, and is one of the leading sources of knowledge and understanding on the US carbon markets. The CEO is an experienced manager in both environmental and non-environmental capacities, and the company includes community outreach as a core principle, maintaining a blog that everyone contributes to, as well as a retail operation selling carbon offsets.
As a small company there isn't a lot of mobility within the company. Also like any environmental company the business is pretty dependent on the regulatory situation, which in this case includes the California and potential federal cap and trade carbon emissions reductions systems. If you aren't comfortable with the idea that the company is partly dependent on the right legislation being passed, it might be a little stressful to work here.
Advice to Management
As part of that team, that probably isn't appropriate.