Join Mission Zero for at-home climate action as we approach Earth Month!
Do you want to take climate action? A good start is to know your individual environmental impact!
One way to do this is to calculate your carbon footprint. Your carbon footprint is the amount of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere by your individual activities, expressed in tonnes released per year. Carbon footprint calculators are useful tools that can help you understand your impact and take personal action for climate. Try calculating your footprint here! Our Mission Zero volunteers calculated theirs and challenged themselves to take action to reduce their footprint:
As we approach Earth Hour (Saturday, March 28th at 8:30 p.m.) and Earth Month (April – Earth Day is April 22nd), we will be sharing daily tips on social media to give you ideas for how you can reduce your carbon footprint, stay healthy, and keep climate action in mind as you are social distancing.
Follow us on Twitter (@mssnzero) and Facebook (Sheridan Mission Zero) to check out our daily tips, and share with us what you are doing to take climate action! Tag us and use the hashtag #MissionZero so we can come together for climate action – from our homes!