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What is carbon footprint?
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Written by Hana Pospíšilová
Updated over a week ago

The carbon footprint is a measure of the impact of human activity on the environment and in particular on climate change. The carbon footprint is an indirect indicator of the consumption of energy, products and services. It measures the amount of greenhouse gases that correspond to a particular activity or product. The carbon footprint can be determined at different levels - national, urban, individual, or enterprise and product level. In our case it is 1 passenger-kilometer traveled by various means of transport.

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