The average carbon footprint for a person in North America is about 16 tons per year, one of the highest rates in the world.
But not everyone has the same impact on our climate.
The biggest factors in a typical carbon footprint are home heating and cooling, transportation, diet and travel.
For those living in a suburban or rural area, driving to get around, eating meat regularly, and traveling by plane two or more times a year, it’s not uncommon to have a footprint in the 32 ton range.
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