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Carbon Footprints

Carbon footprints measure the total amount of greenhouse gases produced to support human activities, expressed in equivalent tons of carbon dioxide. Wolfram|Alpha provides tools for measuring the greenhouse emissions of energy use, heating and travel as well as measuring the impact of different chemicals on the greenhouse effect relative to carbon dioxide.

Carbon Footprints

Calculate the greenhouse emissions due to various human activities.

Determine the amount of carbon released by a given fuel:

Calculate the carbon impact of powering a light bulb:

Compute the carbon dioxide cost of heating a house:

Calculate the carbon emissions from a road trip:

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Global Warming Potentials

Determine the global warming potential of different chemicals compared to carbon dioxide.

Find carbon dioxide equivalents of chemicals:

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