Carbon footprint: Cheeseburger

A carbon footprint is defined as: The total amount of greenhouse gases produced to directly and indirectly support human activities, usually expressed in equivalent tons of carbon dioxide (CO2).

Production of an American cheeseburger, yes, the production of each cheeseburger emits 3.1 kg of CO2!

In other words for every 10 cheeseburgers you consume you should plant one tree to offset/ mitigate the carbon footprint. 

Plant a tree today.

The simplest way to combat climate change caused by CO2 and other green house gas emissions is to plant trees: Trees breathe in Carbon Di Oxide and through the process of photo-synthesis create food for themselves and breathe out Oxygen. Sustainable Green Initiative plants trees to help fight
  • carbon emissions and climate change, 
  • hunger, poverty 
  • and rural migration. 

Did you know a tree sequesters about 1 ton of carbon and processes enough oxygen for two peoples requirements in its life-time?

So what are you waiting for? Plant a tree today

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