Compensate for your carbon emissions

If you are an individual or a family we provide here information about  average climate footprints in your country.
You may even calculate your own footprint. (CLICK the relevant country):
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Compensate for your carbon emissions

Through TroFaCo you may compensate your carbon footprint, and help local development in a tropical village. Select options here, for support to the planting of a number of useful trees.

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Other things you can do

Go Organic!

Organic food uses few CO2-intensive inputs when it is produced, so it pollutes less. And organic crops are grown in soils, which have added organic matter:  Organic matter containsCO2 taken from the atmosphere, so the soils help us getting out of the climate crisis.

Become active in the community

Act how? You may convince your friends to use less energy, consume in a responsible way, and support social causes, politicians, and companies that act to change our systems so they do not lead to environmental crises.

There are many options and being active is great fun!

Buy less stuff…

A large part of our climate footprint comes from all the stuff we buy: The factory producing the stuff releases COand so do its suppliers. More is emitted when the goods are packaged, shipped and when you pick it up or have it delivered. Do you really need that new gadget or the latest, shiniest model of whatever?

(An example; 1 bottle of Tomato ketchup ‘contains’ more than 2 tonnes CO2! See ‘Calculate your footprint’  – a bit higher up on this page)

More plants in your food

If you replace meat in your diet with grains and vegetables, you help reduce the bad effects livestock farming have on our climate: It leads to massive deforestation, as land is cleared for pastures. Cows, sheep and goats also release the greenhouse gas methane when they digest their food.

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