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How big is your environmental impact?
The planet is in crisis – from climate change to the pollution in our oceans and devastation of our forests. No matter what our passions are about, something we care about will be affected by climate change.
What can we do about it?
It's up to all of us to fix it. Take your first step with WWF’s environmental footprint calculator. Answer a range of simple questions about your lifestyle habits – from the food you eat to the way you travel and how you live at home – to get a true picture of your personal environmental footprint.
Answer the questions and then see how your carbon footprint compares to the UK and the global average. And along the way, you’ll get some advice about how the choices you make affect the environment.
Use this simple tool to inspire you to make some small changes that will add up to make a big difference.
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