Carbon free living as a family
We are committed to making carbon free living a reality, and so we have developed a very simple, yet scientific approach to carbon offsetting.
Despite the fact that we all live very different lives, we have used the UK government carbon footprint data to work out an average individual’s carbon footprint.
We have then looked at how many trees we need to plant to offset that that carbon footprint.
For a family of two adults and two children, (excluding cars and holiday flights) It will take 50 trees their entire lifetimes of absorbing carbon dioxide, and converting it to oxygen, to remove all of the carbon dioxide produced in a year.
Will you help us to plant 50 trees in our Yorkshire based forests?