My name is Sandra. I am from Poland. My total footprint is 4895kg of CO₂ per year. My result is less than average for Poland. In my class totall footprint result is 7677 kg CO₂ so my is less. My lowest score is in category “purchases”. I am not surprised. My highest score is in category “home” because we uses a lot of water. I take shorter showers to lower my carbon footprint. I don’t want to give up use the computer, because I very like play on the computer and surf the net.
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Hello, I’m Daria. I`m 17. and I’m from Poland. My total carbon footprint 13536 lb of CO2.My footprint would be about the same as the average person in
Poland, and the world. My total footprint results are higher than in my average and a bit higher than my class results. The lowest category is “purchases” and I’m not suprised about that because don`t buy so much clothes. The highest category is “home.In my house we used coal,whitch emits a lots of CO2
In my opinion I can sort the garbage. I can change the light bulb, I dont want to change the amount of time spent in the shower. The shower is a kind of rest for me. I do`nt want to sacrifice the rest of the environment
Hello! My name is Wioletta and I come from Poland. My total footprint is 5866 kg of CO₂ per year, compared to an average of 6526 kg for Poland. My results are lower than my class results. The lowest category is ‘Purchases’. I’m surprised because I often buy new things. The highest category is ‘Home’. It doesn’t suprise me too because me and my family spend a lot of time in the house. Also it is high because my house is heated by a central heating in the basement 5 months out of the year. We use electronic equipment many hours a day, bulbs light up most of a day. We use more incandescent bulbs than fluorescent bulbs. I know, it isn’t good. I think my family can spend more relaxing time outside than e.g. on the Internet or Tv.
Hello, I am Ramy Dabbour. I live in Cairo, Egypt. My total carbon footprint is 7360 kg, which is higher than the average footprint for Egypt of 3353 kg and the world average of 3791 kg. My highest category was “home” - 3299 kg, compared to Egypt’s average of 533 kg, and my lowest category was “purchases” - 193 kg, compared to the regional average of 203 kg. I am not satisfied with the result, and I want to lower it, but I am not surprised at all that it is what it is. I might not purchase much or eat much but I do use too much electricity. I should start turning off electric lights when I do not use them. I am beginning to think more and more that if people truly seek change that will save the environment, they must realize that the source of this problem is with the general attitude of people that excessively values useless technology.
Hi everybody! I’m Susie and I’m from Poland. I think that my total footprint result compared to my country is much more lower. However, my position compared to my class is higher and honesty. I really do not know why! My lowest category is food. I considered if it surprised me, but later I came to the conclusion, that I’m on a diet my whole life so I just buy less food than the others. My highest category is transport and it is obvious, because I travel by bus a few times a day. I don’t know what I could do to lower my carbon footprint. Maybe I take a bath too long and I should reduce the time bathing? Yeah, I think I will do so. There is one thing that I worry about - I don’t know what makes my result high at all.
Hello, my name is Agnieszka. I’m a 17 years old student from Poland. My total footprint result (6045 kg) compared to the average one in my country (6526 kg) is a bit lower. I was surprised because I thought my result will be better, because in my house most of our light bulbs are energy-saving, and we sort rubbish. Now i see it is not sufficient to protect the environment. I think it is the time to make some changes, but i don’t know what I could do, because my highest score is in category “home” (4449 kg, the average in my region is 2858 kg). I think it is because my house is heated with coal over 6 months in a year, besides in my house are living many people too, so it will be hard to change something. My lowest category is ”purchases” (126 kg, the average in my region is 463 kg) i thing it is a good result. It may be due to the fact that I don’t buy things i don’t need, only the necessary stuff.
Being from the US, I fully expected our average totals to be way higher than places I checked around the world. I was also surprised how big the difference was from Michigan the California, almost 4000Kg, and it’s just on the other side of the country. I compared our averages to some in Stockholm, and was not surprised that they were lower than ours being that Sweden is one of the ‘greenest’ countries. In Italy, the transportation was higher than ours, and this confused me because we live in a rural community and I was expecting our transportation footprint to be higher than the footprint in Pisa, Italy.
Hi My name is Filip I am 17 years old. I come from Poland, my total footprint is 5348 kg of CO₂ per year, compared to an average of 6526 kg for Poland.It’s less than average for Poland. I live in small village. It’s located 18 km from my school so I must commute dwo buses to school but my average transportation carbon footprint is 818 kg and in my region is 965 kg so it’s not too high.I like spending time in city so I often eat out so my food carbon footprint is 1442 kg and in my region is 2240 kg. In home my carbon footprint is 2844 kg and in my region is 2858 kg