Our free to use carbon calculator will allow you to understand your carbon footprint from your personal energy use, consumption, travel, commuting and entertaining. You can take ownership of your lifestyle or particular events you host or flights you take and rebalance these impacts to make a positive difference.
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personal carbon footprint today
We know the problem.
The earth is heating up. Governments have come together and agreed that we must find ways to work together to reduce our carbon footprint. And we need to do it fast. It is time to reimagine the power of how we live and what we buy as ways to address climate change.
But how do we fix this?
It’s simple. The answer is regenerate and rebalance. Your lifestyle – the choices you make everyday – has the power to do just that.
Your purchases and how you live don’t have to deplete our planet, they can replenish it. Travel. Food. Fashion. Cloud storage. Even gas or doing laundry. You name it. You are the solution to climate change.
By calculating your carbon footprint using Ecosphere+’s unique calculator you can understand and take steps to reduce your personal impact. By purchasing our carbon credits to rebalance your daily lifestyle, alongside other changes you make you can live a climate positive life. Your purchase is protecting forests and supporting the communities that live and work in them. This means long-term climate health – and that’s good for our food supply, communities, our planet and our health.
Take the first step by calculating and rebalancing your personal carbon footprint today.
Watch this video to see the impact you can have on the ground when you rebalance your carbon footprint through Ecosphere+.
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Note on calculator: Aviation imposes other effects on the climate which are greater than just CO2 emissions alone and vary based on a range of factors (e.g. accounting for non-CO2 gases, flying through certain types of clouds, and even flying at night. There is currently no suitable or agreed climate metric (or Radiative Forcing Index) to express the relationship between emissions and additional climate warming effects from aviation and this is an active area of research. To take account of this, the UK Government recommends a ‘multiplier’ for the CO2 emissions associated with flying. A multiplier of 1.9 is recommended as a central estimate, based on the best available scientific evidence and consistent with UNFCCC reporting. Our carbon footprinting partner Carbon Analytics uses this in their carbon calculations. More information can be found in the 2016 Government GHG Conversion Factors for Company Reporting published by BEIS.