If you've ever stopped to think about your carbon footprint, you've realized that without the help of a carbon footprint calculator it can be pretty hard to get a handle on. Thankfully, The Nature Conservancy offers one for free on their website to help you understand the impact of your actions.
There are many factors that go into calculating your carbon footprint. Among them are the amount of energy you use to power your home, the gas and fuel you spend when you drive or fly, the shipping and processing energies of the foods you eat and whether you recycle and compost. To better know which areas of your life you are able to reduce your carbon footprint in, it's important to understand how much you are currently using. Make sure to check out The Nature Conservancy's awesome carbon footprint calculator for more information.
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