Calculating my Carbon Footprint?
Course learning outcomes
By the end of this unit you should be able to:
find out what carbon footprints are, and what is – and is not – included in a typical footprint;
evaluate critically what should be put into a carbon footprint;
understand how to calculate your own carbon footprint;
place your own carbon footprint into the context of other UK and international footprints;
identify how carbon footprints can used as a tool in the action against global climate change.
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- Level 0: Beginner
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