The carbon footprint is defined as the total set of greenhouse gas emissions caused by a country, organization, event, product or person. Reducing it helps fight climate change and global warming.
It's important to be aware that everything we use, eat and do produces CO₂, which has a very negative impact on the atmosphere and planet. Accordingly, we must act more sustainably, promote renewable energies and reduce consumption in general. Another common solution for reducing the carbon footprint is recycling.
We can also find out where the products we consume come from and how they reach us to determine their carbon footprint and decide whether or not to use them. And we can reflect on our daily actions to try to reduce our carbon footprint.
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