Hi, I’m Rania from IES Historiaor Chabas in Spain and my total Carbon Footprint was 6322 kg of CO₂. I got for transportation 1147 kg, for home: 2599 kg, for food 1734 kg and for purchases 842 kg. My Carbon Footprint is under to the average of my region. I was very surprise because i thought my footprint was averege or higher of my region. My intake in the home is bigger than the Spain consumption. For conclusing I think i don’t need to lower my footprint.
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Hi my name is Adrien Pouchele and my total Carbon Footprint was 19750kg. For transportation I got 6870kg, for Home I got 8610kg, for food I got 3455kg, and finally for purchases I got 815kg. I was surprised that my total was under the average for France. The thing that I was most surprised at though was my purchases. I thought that I buy a lot but I guess not! My average purchase compared to other in my region were no where near the same! I think that one way I could lower my transportation is if I walked or biked to some of the places I go to since they aren’t far at all
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