Carbon footprints measure the amount of carbon we produce as individuals, homes,
organisations and as a country. By measuring your carbon footprints, you can see
how your actions contribute to climate change. From this, you can see what areas
can be improved to reduce your overall contribution.
What does one tonne of carbon equate to?
It can be hard to calculate what a tonne of carbon looks like in our everyday lives.
The picture below gives you an idea.
What does Falkirk Council's Emissions look like?
Below is a representation of Falkirk Council's emissions for 2012/2013: