The Earth's climate is warming. While scientists continue to examine the impact of human activity in this dilemma, we know that it is helpful for all of us to reduce our level of carbon dioxide emissions. Many daily activities result in the release of greenhouse gases, however, travel by car and plane, and use of utilities are the major sources of an individual's carbon emissions.
The National Forest Foundation has developed a Carbon Calculator to help estimate your carbon footprint, or the amount of carbon dioxide that your daily activities release into the atmosphere through the combustion of fossil fuels. Plug your numbers into the Carbon Calculator to see how you compare to the average American, and learn ways to reduce your emissions and offset your carbon footprint with our Carbon Capital Fund.
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