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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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Will meat-lovers bring about the apocalypse? The carbon footprint of meat
Scientific studies show that our food choices have an indisputable impact on the environment. Will meat-lovers bring about the apocalypse?
Music stars reduce their carbon footprint
Although Coldplay earned 64 million dollars during their previous tour, the musicians declared that there will be no tour promoting their newest album and that the decision is grounded in concern for the environment and will to reduce carbon footprint. This is a case with no precedent in the history of music.
Zero waste – the idea of life without trash
Zero-waste, as a lifestyle, incorporates efforts to reduce to an absolute minimum or even to zero the amount of trash an individual “produces”. It is not only about using fabric shopping bags not to generate waste in the form of plastic bags but for example about making use of apple peels and turning them into homemade apple cider vinegar.
Carbon footprint: a plane, a car, a bus, and a bike
A man-powered bike does not emit carbon dioxide, but what is a carbon footprint of a car with a combustion engine, the type many of us drive to work, or of a public transport vehicle?
Greenwashing – what can companies hide under an ‘eco’ label?
Number one: “We are eco! – Our products are packaged in plastic but at least they are not toxic to the environment!”. Number two: “We wish to express our solidarity with climate activists! – We will sell our sandwiches in green packaging, but only today, tomorrow everything will be back to normal”. Number three: “Our company goes green. We no longer support the wood industry as we switch to green polymer chairs in our offices.” So-called “greenwashing” summed up in three sentences. But jokes aside…
The environmental cost of clothes
When you think about industries that do the environment most harm, what comes to your mind is probably the automotive or energy industry – it is relatively easy to picture the “smoke” flowing out of power plants or fumes escaping car exhausts. What is more difficult to realize is that there is another contender to the title of the most toxic industry – a one that is responsible for a huge chunk of total global carbon emissions, enormous damages to our planet and depleting its natural resources. It is the textile and clothing industry.