Reduce Your CO2

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My Carbon Footprint

Your individual carbon footprint comprises of the emissions embodied in the products you purchase and through the lifestyle you live. The average Australian household produces approximately 14 tonnes of greenhouse gas each year. Car use (34%) and water heating (16%) account for the largest percentage of household emissions.

Luckily, you don’t need to make major sacrifices or outlay large amounts of money to reduce your personal carbon footprint. When considering reducing your emissions, the following sources of emissions should be considered:

  • Car related carbon emissions
  • Carbon emissions from water heating, and
  • Carbon emissions from electricity & appliances.

To access our tips to on how to reduce your personal emissions, click on the link below:

Take action now! To offset your individual unavoidable emissions from flights and travel, motor vehicle use, electricity, gas, waste and public transport; click on the button below:

Set an example for your friends and family by eliminating your personal emissions, and help overcome the threat of man-made global warming!

There are three key areas you can address to reduce your impact on climate change:
1. Behavioural Changes
Increasing energy use awareness, recycling, minimising waste and reducing airline travel are all strategies that can reduce your carbon footprint.
2. Technological Changes
Emissions and costs can be reduced through measures such as installing timers, energy efficient lighting and appliances, and insulation. See our resource page for emission reduction tips.
3. Offsetting Emissions
Offset any remaining emissions using verified and environmentally beneficial carbon offsets to become carbon neutral.