We produce carbon footprints in our daily activities from using electricity to traveling with fossil-fuel transportation.
The action to restore climate balance begins with calculating and understanding your carbon footprint! Find out your daily carbon emission with our carbon calculator.
With the result of your carbon footprint, here are some of the ways that you can do to reduce them:
Switch to public transportation when you're commuting to your workplace
Walking or cycling more. Not just increasing your health and strength, you can take time to be mindful of the present moment!
Cutting down your annual flights, and offset the rest. If possible, switch to another mode of transportation when traveling.
Use your household lights and appliances wisely. Switch off when you're not using them
Change your lightbulbs to energy-efficient LED lighting as it is 80% more energy-efficient than conventional bulbs.
Switch from single-use plastics to reusable ones.
FYI, you'll save 1,460 bottles when you switch to reusables
Cut down your selection of plastic packaging whenever you're having your groceries
Store your collected plastic waste in your local waste bank
Reduce your meat and dairy consumption, and opt for a vegetarian menu that is locally sourced.
Reduce your food waste. Food waste that ends up in landfills releases methane emissions. So, always finish your meal and eat your leftovers to cut your carbon footprint and also your food costs.
Compost your food waste
You've seen the few steps given above, to learn more about the carbon footprint and what are the next steps on the stairway to climate balance, click here