Let’s have a look at the distribution of your carbon footprint.
Smart home, clever heating, good insulation. These actions can contribute significantly to reducing our impact on the environment. While most of the measures only need to be done once, they will give you continuous peace of mind. It’s easier than you think.
Overall, the most sustainable ways to travel are via walking, bicycle, or train. No news so far. But did you know that a flight might be still a better solution than taking your car for the next business trip? It is definitely worth comparing the different means of transport and taking the bike or train as often as possible.
Only 8% are based on public infrastructure and cannot be accounted to individual actions.
92% of our carbon footprint is directly linked to our very own purchase decisions. Why is China the biggest CO2 emitter? Just check the amount of your products that are “made in China”…
Not only greenhouse gases, but also low wages, deforestation, non-recycled waste, loss of biodiversity – it is all related to the way we buy and consume.
Literally, let your money do the work. Increase your leverage with just one good decision: choose the right bank and/or investments. In addition, plant your own trees and invest in solar energy to compensate what is difficult/impossible to reduce.
*Based on the average carbon footprint per person. Yours might be different. Just calculate it.