If so how?
I have bought a low emissions car to offset my non-existent double glazing.
I,ve not had carbon on my boots since I worked on a yacht whose super structure was made mainly from carbon fibre!
Why is it tosh?
No, my feet are still the same shoe size 7 which they have been for years.
Same as realist bought a low emissions car now pay £35 per year road tax instead of £180.
Double glassing, low energy light bulbs, combi boiler, thermostats on all radiators, extra insulation in ceiling, cavity wall insulation, shower rather than bath. But I must admit more so as to save money then reduce my carbon footprint.
If you want to reduce your carbon footprint should you stop `firewalking` (as done in some cutures)????
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