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Carbon Footprint Foundation was established in early 2019 as our answer to the challenges concerning the climate and the environment that our world is facing. By carrying out various educational projects, we strive towards establishing widespread social awareness. Through cooperation with other non-government organizations, responsible businesses and national institutions, we want to contribute to building a platform for sharing experiences. Our mission is to create a community of people who, aware of the importance of caring for the environment, will leave behind a positive impact!
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Green Print – signing contracts with no paper involved
Printing has been an inevitable part of virtually any office work—however, the paper used for communication and documents adds to the company’s carbon footprint. Many organisations have already made an effort to reduce the amount of paper they utilise in their offices, for instance, by moving all communication online. Although this is a step in […]
Paper print vs. digital – carbon footprint?
Paper is one of the commodities with the best-known impact on the environment – we are all aware that its production requires cutting down trees which is bad for the planet. As a result, moving some activities to a digital form has become a popular strategy of helping the environment. However, piles of paper are […]
Harnessing the energy of waste
Even though not every item thrown into a trash bin can be recycled, it still has a value that would be wasted on a landfill – the energy locked inside. Reclaiming this energy not only allows to use the potential of waste to the fullest but also slows down the sprawling of landfills. How can […]
The energy locked in biowaste
On top of accessing the energy hidden in municipal waste, we can also turn to another source – the organic matter that ends up in our trash cans. Biowaste is a product with much potential – composted it can provide to agriculture as a fertiliser, or, if processed properly, it can turn into biogas – […]
What happens with our waste?
We tend to think that after our waste disappears inside a garbage truck it stops being our problem. What happens with the 5 tones of waste generated on average per citizen in the EU, rarely concerns us. Depending on where we live, there may be different methods of dealing with garbage. Nonetheless, if we trace […]
How to evaluate online information?
Navigating online information may be challenging, however, it is important in the context of climate change and also in many other aspects of our lives. What should we do to evaluate the trustworthiness of statements and news we read online? Although every case is slightly different, there are several practices worth incorporating into the online […]
Myths and misinformation – why do they exist and why are they harmful to the planet?
The fact that on the Internet everyone can write everything they want has been reiterated time and time again in schools or in the media. There is a massive amount of valuable content that can be found online, but unfortunately, there is also at least as much fake news, misinformation and conspiracy theories. Why are […]
Is just transition towards emission-free energy sector possible?
The need to curb CO2 emissions, shrinking coal deposits and the resulting rise in costs and fall in profitability – a lot of factors contribute to the need for moving away from coal in energy generation. Its share in the energy mix varies depending on the region. Nonetheless, it is still a vital resource for […]
What is cleantech?
Responding to the threat of climate change and the issue of the strain we put on the environment means reducing our ecological footprint. This includes cutting the consumption of resources, energy use, greenhouse gas emissions pollution and more. Luckily, technology has been our ally in achieving that goal and will likely continue to aid us […]