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Melanie H, Feb. 14, 2012

Hi, my name is Melanie and i’m from U.S.A. My total on my carbon footprint is 13,623kg (28,945lb.) My carbon is high because the normal amount of carbon is 17,807kg (39.257.) I think it is high because I only have 4 people in my whole family so want to make that a little less than what it is now. I am willing to try to not watch T.V all day I will take a walk instead. I was also shocked about my Total.

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  • Austin R-USA Austin R-USA Feb. 14, 2012
    ya I too have for people in my family. I think there are a couple of things such as turning off the tv and water that can really help

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Ruta M-Lithuania, Feb. 14, 2012

Hi everyone! My name is Ruta and I’m from Lithuania. In this project I’m new person. I’m very happy that my school participating in this project. When I did these questions, i was shocked because I didn’t expect such high performance. I try to save energy: never leave turn computer, if i don’t use it, in my home are some energy-saving light bulbs, when i go out from room, i never leave lights on and ect. I’m going to start sort the rubbish. Have a nice day!

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Laura W-USA, Feb. 14, 2012

my carbon footprint is way more than it should be, but I’m going try really hard to lower it. It might be hard to make changes to my life but it will be worth it.

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Büşra G-Turkey, Feb. 14, 2012

hello to everyone…my name is büşra, a student from Turkey.we participated in this activity last week. my total footprint is 5689 that is higher than my country’s avarage. that is mostly because of using wood and coal to heat our house.
ı promise I am going to turn off the lights when i am not using and use less water.
Let’s save our Earth because we need it:))

Büşra G-Turkey
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  • Lukas V Lukas V Feb. 14, 2012
    The US's Carbon average is around 17,000, but mine was about 12,000
  • Kristen M-United States Kristen M-United States Feb. 14, 2012
    Yes, due to this project I really have been gaining a better perception of the vast impact my own personal carbon footprint has on the rest of the world. Every little step definitely makes a difference!
  • Maja A-Sweden Maja A-Sweden Feb. 15, 2012
    the Swedish Cardbon average is around 12,000… mine was around 7,000 :)
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Muhammet U-Turkey, Feb. 14, 2012

Hi! I’m Muhammet Ali.I’m from Turkey.I’m really happy to join this project! :D

Muhammet U-Turkey
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  • Kristen M-United States Kristen M-United States Feb. 14, 2012
    Hi Muhammet! It's nice to see that you joined this project. I think it is especially interesting that so many countries are represented. This is the perfect place to be able to speak internationally to others concerned about the environment:)
  • Agne S- Lithuania Agne S- Lithuania Feb. 27, 2012
    Hello Muhammet. Nice to see you here. :)
    I absolutely agree with you, Kristen. We should try to involve more people to this project. We would have a chance not only to meet new friends but also we would make a world a better place to live. :)

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Evaldas K, Feb. 13, 2012

Hello everyone! :) I’m Evaldas and I’m from Lithuania. I joined this project last year. When I calculated my footprint I was surprised that the results were so different from last year. :) My CO2 emission is bit higher then last year. And also higher than average in my country :( I’m really happy to join this project! :) I think this project help us to learn how to save our environment :)

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  • Lukas V Lukas V Feb. 15, 2012
    What would you do to make your emissions go down?
  • Evaldas K Evaldas K Feb. 15, 2012
    Maybe I will try to use less electricity.
  • Lukas V Lukas V Feb. 16, 2012
    That is a very good way!
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Vaidas B-Lithuania, Feb. 13, 2012

Hello everyone! :) I joined this project last year. So I’m not new here :) I see alot of my friends have joined this project, so I’m very happy to see this. :) I calculated my CO2 emission this year again and I saw, that my CO2 emission is bit higher then last year and of cource higher than average in my country ;/

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Madalina B - Romania, Feb. 11, 2012

Hi, everyone!:) I am really glad to join this project. I’m new here so I don’t know many things, but I promise I’ll learn and find out what to do to help our enviroment.

Madalina B - Romania
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  • Madalina B - Romania Madalina B - Romania Feb. 16, 2012
    Yes, i did. My total footprint is 5301 kg of CO2 per year. It's quite more than i expected. I didn't think that I would be over the average of 4570 kg for Romania or even over 3791 kg for worldwide. I think the best thing i could do for a moment is to turn off the lights when i'm not in the room and shut down the computer when i'm not using it. What about you Lukas?
  • Lukas V Lukas V Feb. 16, 2012
    My emissions were a lot higher. Would you believe that it was about 13,000 kg, because it is. What I would do to make them go down is to take shorter showers 100% of the time. By the way, turning off the computer and then turning it back on takes more power than putting it on sleep.
  • Madalina B - Romania Madalina B - Romania Feb. 18, 2012
    oh.. it is higher. Well, good luck.
    “By the way, turning off the computer and then turning it back on takes more power than putting it on sleep. ” Really? I mean, how could it take more power than putting it on sleep?
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Omercan Celikler, Feb. 10, 2012

Hi! I’m Omercan fromTurkey. I’m really happy to join this project! :)

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Ieva G, Feb. 10, 2012

Hello! I’m new here and really glad to participate this project. It was a big surprise for me that my CO2 emission was higher than average. Now I will try to save energy by turning off the lights when I don’t need them. Also I want to do something what could make our environment more beautiful…:)

Ieva G
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  • Erica L-USA Erica L-USA Feb. 10, 2012
    I agree. :) Beauty in this world is being taken for granted.
  • Lukas V Lukas V Feb. 14, 2012
    It is good that people want to save energy

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