There are two ways we can calculate your carbon footprint at home. The best way is if you know how much energy you use per month.
If you don't know how much energy you use, no problem! Just tell us the type and size of house, fuel for heating and when your house was built.
We'll then either estimate your energy consumption or use your monthly figures to calculate the carbon footprint of your household.
Finally we suggest the number of trees you could plant over a particular of time to greatly reduce your carbon impact.
The first thing you can do to reduce your carbon footprint is reduce emissions. Here's why owning one of our trees should be the next thing...
We are foresters. Proper, certified, passionate ones! So we don't just plant trees, we nurture forests that provide vital sustainable timber resources.
EcoTree forests are vital carbon sinks, where trees are sustainably managed to contribute to the fight against climate change over their lifetime.
Biodiversity is at the heart of our forestry. By becoming a tree owner, you're preserving the forest home of many vital plants and animals.
The benefits are all yours! It's your tree, so it's your contribution to carbon capture, your biodiversity haven and your profit when the tree is cut.
We're here on the other end of the internet, happy to answer questions about calculating carbon footprints or our growing movement.