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Discussions Discussion Student footprints
Nick M-Slovenia, May 9, 2012

Hi, my name is Nick and I’m from Slovenia. I calculated that my C02 footprint is 9376 kg of CO2 per year that is around 2000 kg higher than my country’s average.I always walk or ride my bicycle when I go to school or to the basketball training and my town is very close to our country’s capital and some other cities so my carbon footprint in the transport section was much more lower than my country’s average. But I had a much higher carbon footprint in the home section because we use house heating around 5 months per year and we keep and temepreture around 22°C all the year. I will definetly try to lower my home consumption because I was quite surprised with that result.

Nick M-Slovenia
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  • Tuyen C-United States Tuyen C-United States Oct. 2, 2012
    dat's so high
  • Anna G-Poland Anna G-Poland May 10, 2013
    What can you do to lower your C.F ?

    Stuff that we can do to reduce our CO2 production yearly:
    • Recycle and/or reuse plastic and paper bags.
    • Turn off lights when not used.
    • Turn off AC if not needed.
    • Try to purchase only the needed stuff and not stuff that you won’t use or will use only once.
    • Eat organic, rather than meat.
    If we try these changes I’m sure we will make a difference. :)

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