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Switching to green energy can shrink your carbon footprint by up to 25%. Now we want to help you reduce and offset the rest.

Illustration showing a squirrel using a calculator.

First let’s crunch some numbers. We’ll ask a few simple questions about your day-to-day life. It’ll take about 3 minutes.

Reduce your impact on the planet in 3 steps


Fill out a quiz about the flights you take to the food you eat.


Find out which habits add the most to your carbon footprint.


Balance out your footprint by supporting climate projects.

Everyone has a carbon footprint

A carbon footprint is shorthand for our impact on the planet. Almost everything we do from how often we fly, to the type of shampoo we use releases greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Adding up these actions over a year gives your individual carbon footprint.

Your footprint is measured in ‘carbon dioxide equivalent’ or CO2e. This refers to all the greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide released as part of your everyday life.

You can reduce yours with a few small changes

Things like eating less meat or taking fewer flights will shrink your footprint straight away. But some habits are hard to change. So you can offset the CO2e they produce by supporting our carbon reduction projects, like protecting the Gola rainforest or generating clean energy in other parts of the world.