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Why learn about your carbon footprint?
The CO2 footprint - or carbon footprint - is the amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) that we emit annually by consuming fossil fuels and energy.
Going on vacation by plane, going to work by bus, storing food in the refrigerator, working or having fun on the computer, using electrical equipment… All of these acts have an impact on our carbon footprint.
Calculating your carbon footprint helps define the strategies and solutions best suited to each sector of activity and thus participate more effectively in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
How do I calculate my carbon footprint?
The carbon footprint of a day's skiing is calculated on the basis of the total electricity consumption of the facilities in the ski area (cable cars, chair lifts, ski lifts and stations) and the number of skied-days.
The calculation is therefore simple, just multiply the number of ski days by 190g of CO2!
For example: I skied 6 days, my carbon footprint is 6 x 190 = 1140g of CO2, i.e. the equivalent of 8km traveled in a family car (calculation made from the website of the Environment and Energy Management Agency).
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