Compute your carbon footprint using the Carbon Footprint Calculator at: https://www.carbonfootprint.com/calculator.aspx
Input your data to the spreadsheet provided through Quercus.
Start by specifying your location and dates that you resided there. If you lived in a different location during the summer 2018, then calculate your carbon footprint for that location in the months you resided there, e.g., May to August 2018. Note your carbon footprint for each activity at that location. Repeat the carbon footprint calculation for the months you resided in Toronto.
Calculating your carbon footprints requires you to input information for your home, flights, transportation, and consumption of foods and products. Do your best to estimate these for one year. If you live in residence or an apartment building, then estimate your home energy consumption using average statistics (Statistics Canada, 2011). Note that for the secondary carbon footprint emissions due to consumption of food and products, the input options are for British pound, US dollars or Euro. Approximate our purchases in Canadian dollars which then need to be converted to US for the C footprint calculator.
Input all your estimates to the spreadsheet for each category into Tab “C-1”. Note the units of each category.
References: You must reference the carbon footprint calculator. You do not need to consult other references. You may choose to consult other references that you can add.
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