It is surprising how many climate-harming CO₂ emissions arise when flying, driving, living, working and partying.
The flight emission calculator quantifies the direct and indirect CO₂-equivalent emissions per passenger for a given flight distance. The estimated emissions represent an average value for the distance between a given pair of origin and destination airports. The quantification is based on the most recent international statistics on passenger and cargo loads and aircraft type usage. The estimated emissions per passenger represent the amount of CO₂ equivalents to be reduced in myclimate carbon offset projects.
Calculate the carbon footprint of your flight
Use the myclimate flight calculator to determine the carbon footprint of your flight as well as the amount that is required for carbon offsetting. The emissions are offset in high-quality myclimate climate protection projects throughout the world that fulfil the highest standards (CDM, Gold Standard, Plan Vivo). The projects reduce the emission of greenhouse gases, thus directly protecting the climate. However, climate protection projects not only reduce climate-impacting emissions, they also contribute to sustainable development in the project region. This means that it is not only the climate that benefits; the local population does as well.
Calculate the carbon footprint of your car journeys
The car is the symbol of our individual mobility. At the same time, a significant amount of emissions with a harmful effect on the climate is given off by individual, motorised mobility. Our individual ecological footprint is determined by this to a considerable extent. For this reason, it is important to travel by car as little as possible, to drive energy-efficient vehicles and to offset the unavoidable CO2 emissions in a climate protection project.
Determine the volume of CO2 emissions arising from your car journeys using the myclimate car calculator. Your contribution will be utilised in myclimate climate protection projects. These lead to a demonstrable saving in CO2 emissions. Due to the highest project standards, the projects must also have a positive long-term influence on local living conditions from an economic, ecological and social perspective. This creates a win-win situation, as both the climate and people in the region benefit directly.
The principles of the calculations can be read here.