Carbon & Ecological Footprint Calculator
Your ecological footprint measures your carbon emissions and the impact your demands have on the planet’s resources, especially those that can’t be renewed.
Learn how to reduce and eliminate your carbon emissions with the 8 Billion Trees ecological footprint calculator.
The average American home creates over 7 tons of carbon emissions each year, from electricity use alone!
You can reduce your carbon footprint by over 35 pounds a year, simply by recycling plastics!
Adding an indoor (or outdoor) clothesline can save you up to $100 a year in electric costs.
Every gallon of gasoline used in your vehicle emits 19.6 pounds of Co2.
Regular maintenance can reduce your car’s carbon footprint by four percent a year.
You can do your part to decrease the harmful greenhouse gases by planting new trees that will sequester the carbon and create new “sinks” to eliminate the harmful impact.
You can purchase carbon offsets for all sorts of activities, including everyday tasks.
Offsets sequester carbon, so that your footprint doesn’t get bigger… its gets smaller.
Reducing your intake of red meat can reduce the greenhouse gases harming the planet.
Energy Star windows can save the average American homeowner from $150-$500 a year in energy costs.
We’ll show your carbon footprint and how you can offset it.
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Our climate fund only supports offset projects that also make an ecological impact, helping to heal the planet and save wildlife.
Large-scale afforestation that helps heal the planet and wildlife while sequestering carbon emissions.
Crowther, T., Glick, H., Covey, K. et al. Mapping tree density at a global scale. Nature 525, 201–205 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature14967
Amazonian Government-backed contracts to first protect and then restore degraded areas of Earth’s biosphere through afforestation.
Lovejoy, T. E., & Nobre, C. (2019). Amazon tipping point: Last chance for action. Science advances, 5(12), eaba2949. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aba2949
Wildlife rescue and habilitation efforts at wildlife sanctuary dedicated to saving endangered species of the Amazon.
Pavoine, S., Bonsall, M. B., Davies, T. J., & Masi, S. (2019). Mammal extinctions and the increasing isolation of humans on the tree of life. Ecology and evolution, 9(3), 914–924. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4630
Drone and satellite surveillance technology to monitor and record projects’ impact with concurrent drone routes and updates to satellite database.
Barlow, J., Berenguer, E., Carmenta, R. and França, F. (2020), Clarifying Amazonia’s burning crisis. Glob Change Biol, 26: 319-321. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14872