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How big is your Carbon Footprint?

Carbon emissions are created because of the way we live our lives; from the energy we consume and the food we eat, to the way we travel and the products we buy.

 

According to the WWF, the 2023 UK average footprint is 9.3 tonnes of CO2 per person per year. The world average is 6.3 tonnes.  To give us a 60% chance of staying below1.5 degree of global warming, we need to halve this in the next 10 years.  

There are lots of online resources to help us reduce our carbon footprint; we've selected a few carbon calculators for you to try...

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Your carbon footprint is calculated based on your consumption of food, how you travel and how much energy you use.  Find out more in the links below:

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