If you want to know how, here are some links to reducing carbon emissions, a carbon calculator, tips, e-documentaries, blogs and recipes.
(The titles are the links to the respective websites)
The NEA provides tips on how to reduce carbon emissions. They have a number of Campaigns for a clean, green Singapore, efficient energy usage, eradicating mosquitoes, minimizing waste and re-cycling.
Your footprint is a way of showing your carbon emissions, compared to other people and other countries. It’s your impression on the planet.
The WWF footprint calculator (created with the Stockholm Environment Institute at the University of York and the University of Leeds) makes it easy with a five minute questionnaire to calculate your footprint score using the answers you provide.
If everyone on the planet were allocated a ‘fair share’ of carbon emissions, each person should have a footprint of 1.05 tonnes by the year 2050.
This Facebook page believes that every single person on this earth has the power to change the world. Offers information, links, notes … a community.
Carbon footprinting, carbon calculators, CO2 reduction, carbon offsetting and caring for the climate.
Green gossip – as well as lists of best eco-documentaries. An online magazine with the latest in news, pop culture, commentary and animal justice with an unapologetically vegan voice. Written by vegans, for vegans (and soon to be vegans!) Ecorazzi seeks to change the way you see the world around you and give you the tools you need to go out into your community and be a change maker … from delicious new recipes to fresh perspectives on breaking news and viral trends.
EcoGeek was conceived and founded (and is run and edited) by Hank Green, who spends most of his time thinking about how our brains can save our planet. He appears regularly on Planet Green’s nightly news show “G Word,” and has written on the subject for a variety of print and online magazines.
Inspires readers toward a healthier, more sustainable life – slowing down, unplugging, getting out, going in, making mistakes and moving on, being choosy, doing research, and growing every day. Local food, farmer’s markets, independent designers, handmade everything, and connecting with where stuff comes from and who makes it.
A quiz, and every right answer donates 10 grains of rice to the World Food Programme run by the United Nations.
Freerice is a 100% non-profit website that is owned by and supports the United Nations World Food Programme.
Freerice has two goals:
- Provide education to everyone for free.
- Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free.
Each time you answer a question right, the banner ad generates enough money for the World Food Programme to buy 10 grains of rice to help reach Zero Hunger.