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Corgi McCorgface

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Your carbon footprint

Electricity use

1.41 tons

Heat and cool

1.73 tons

Transportation

5.95 tons

Stuff you buy

5.89 tons

Food products

4.15 tons

Total footprint:

19.12 tons

Ways to reduce your footprint:

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Buy your power from a green power provider

1.41

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by switching to green power.

Examples of green power sources are: solar, wind, hydro, nuclear, and geothermal. These power sources emit little to no CO2 and are usually cheaper than fossil fuel alternatives too! Learn more here.

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Install a geothermal heating/cooling system

1.73

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by switching to geothermal.

Geothermal systems emit 7 times less CO2/BTU of heat generated than that of a natural gas heating system! Learn more here.

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Use EnergyStar appliances

0.35

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by switching to EnergyStar.

EnergyStar appliances have an average 20% higher power efficiency than non-EnergyStar appliances. Learn more here

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Drive less and commute via train or bus more

0.77

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by replacing 10% of your car miles with buses and 10% with trains.

Buses emit 2.4 times less CO2 per passenger mile than cars and trains emit a whopping 6.1 times less CO2 per passenger mile than cars. 

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5.45

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Electrify your rides

of estimated CO2 savings by switching all your transportation methods to electric powered by clean energy.

Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular and will actually save you money in the long run on the cost of fuel versus electricity. Petition your government or corporation supplying your bus and train services to switch to electric too!

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Fly less often

0.10

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by reducing your flights by 20%.

If you fly often your carbon emissions from flying can be a major component of your carbon footprint. By reducing the number of trips you take via plane you can radically reduce your carbon footprint.

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Eat less meat and dairy

0.74

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by reducing your meat and dairy consumption by 20%.

Beef emits 13 times more CO2 per calorie than vegetables and milk emits nearly 2 times more CO2 per calorie than vegetables. Try to reduce your overall consumption of animal products such as meat and dairy to put a significant dent in your carbon footprint.

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Compost your food waste

0.42

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by composting.

When food waste breaks down in the landfill under anaerobic (without oxygen) conditions, it emits high amounts of methane, a potent greenhouse gas like CO2. When you compost your food waste breaks down in aerobic conditions and emits little to no methane.

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Recycle your waste

0.04

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by recycling paper, plastic, aluminium, and glass.

By recycling your waste you are lowering the carbon footprint of products made out of recycled materials. Products made from recycled materials have a lower carbon footprint compared to those made out of new materials which require CO2 to extract those new materials.

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Shop and buy new products less often

1.18

tons

of estimated CO2 savings by shopping 20% less.

Everything you purchase from electronics to toothpaste require CO2 to be produced. The less of the products you buy the lower your product consumption portion of your carbon footprint is.

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