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Carbon & Water Footprint Results
After using the carbon footprint calculator at i) the EPA (Links to an external
site.)Links to an external site. or ii) The Nature Conservancy (Links to an external
site.)Links to an external site. … I recommend using the Nature Conservancy
calculator as it includes food and shopping habits.
A) calculate your personal carbon footprint and post your carbon footprint total
(tons). [Note: You do not have to disclose your annual income on The Nature
Conservancy site; you can leave it at the default of average and continue the
questions.]
B) Leave a comment with your reaction to your carbon footprint and an two ideas
that you might implement to reduce your footprint.
C) Optional (extra credit): Calculate your water footprint and add to your post:
http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/freshwater/change-thecourse/water-footprint-calculator/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external
site.
1. Personal Carbon Footprint Reduction:
Using the ideas from your carbon footprint calculation and post (or other
ideas you thought of since then), determine a change you could make for at
least one or two days, execute the change, and comment on your reaction
to the behavioral change you experienced (e.g., meatless Mondays).

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