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The Good Guide to Measuring Your Carbon Footprint

This guide will empower you with the knowledge, actions and motivation you need to contribute towards a climate-safe future.
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Measuring Your Carbon Footprint

Download this eBook to learn about:

climate basics
Carbon footprint basics
Carbon footprints 101: What they are and how to measure them for individuals, products & more.
amplifying your voice
Where countries rank
Who’s contributing the most to global emissions, and who should we all be emulating?
your success
How industries contribute
How global companies are stepping up to reduce and offset emissions and build a better future.

What’s inside

A sneak peak inside The Good Guide to Measuring Your Carbon Footprint
Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Carbon Footprints 101 - What They Are and How To Measure

“Carbon footprint” is a term you’ve probably been hearing a lot of lately. But if you’re not 100 percent sure what it means, you’re in good company. Recent polls suggest that while most Americans...
Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Global Greenhouse Gas Rankings by Country

Unsurprisingly, calculating a country’s carbon footprint is complicated. And the results can be both controversial and morally questionable, so the whole thing is a tricky issue...
Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Break It Down the U.S. Carbon Footprint

Close to 80 percent of all U.S. emissions are thought to be directly or indirectly related to household consumption. That includes things like your electricity usage and the gas in your car...
Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Carbon Emissions, And What Companies Are Doing

A country’s carbon footprint is the sum of the actions of a lot of individuals—and that includes individual companies. The good news? For a number of reasons, more and more businesses...
Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Now I Know My Carbon Footprint, What Can I Do to Reduce It?

Real talk: it’s not always easy, and our society is built for consumption, not reduction. But no matter the size of your personal carbon footprint, you really can make mindful changes...
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Briana-Rose Sekulic

This carbon footprint eBook is a must-read for anyone looking to understand how individuals, corporations, and governments contribute to climate change through their daily activities.

Briana-Rose Sekulic

Climate thought leader @ IBM

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