Carbon Footprint long Flight
- Flying is quick and easy, but also produces a lot of CO2.
- In short amounts of time we burn immense amount of fuel.
- A long flight causes around 2.0 ton CO2 per person.
If we continue to release CO2 at our current rate, the planet will be set for global disaster within 30 years. Think floods, droughts, wild fires, lack of drinkable water and food shortages. Offsetting your Carbon today is small price to pay for keeping the planet safe for ourselves and future generations.
The carbon calculation is based on an average flight under 2 hours. To minimize your impact, please make sure you fly economy class and use direct flights where possible.
– Sir David Attenborough