There’s lots of talk around at the moment about carbon emissions and trying to make people responsible for their carbon footprint. There are a number of factors that influence someone’s carbon footprint, which is basically the amount of carbon dioxide they generate. If this worries you, I’ve come across 20 ways in which you can reduce your carbon emissions.
An interesting way to cut down on your carbon footprint is to consume locally grown, non-processed food. I never knew this, but on average, food typically travels 2,500 km before it gets to you and that’s quite a substantial use of energy. Eating locally grown food is one way to do your part for the environment and non-processed food is better for you anyway.
Check out the other 20 ways to reduce your carbon footprint and see how you can do your part too.