FAQs about the Carbon Footprint

1. What is the Carbon Footprint?

The carbon footprint is a method designed to measure the impact of human activities on the environment, that is, the accounting of the mark left by a person, organization or product on the planet as a result of their daily actions, totalized according to parameters of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions released into the atmosphere.

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