A Carbon Footprint is a measure of the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere by a single endeavor or by a company, household, or individual ... Did you know that you contribute to global warming every day, regardless if you try to or not? You drive a car to get to work, you leave the lights on when you’re not home and you buy products that require the burning of fossil fuels in order to be mass produced. All of your daily activities produce carbon dioxide emissions. So how can you reduce your carbon footprint and make changes in your lifestyle to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide you produce? You can use a carbon footprint calculator to figure out what activities you do that contribute most to your carbon footprint. You might be surprised just how much you are aiding the process of global warming.
An individual’s carbon footprint is the direct effect their actions have on the environment in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. In general, the biggest contributors to the carbon footprints of individuals in industrialized nations are transportation and household electricity use. An individual's secondary carbon footprint is dominated by their diet, clothes, and personal products.
Patience.... I'm loading ; )