Ever tried to spell words upside down on your calculator in math class? You can do even cooler tricks with NRCan's new Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator. It can help you estimate the equivalent amount of CO2 emissions or energy used in your home and your car by translating measurements and emission data into everyday comparisons. (DYK that the average new passenger vehicle uses the same amount of energy as 2.2 average Canadian homes?)
Carbon footprint calculations are typically calculated on an annual basis. By knowing your calculations, you can reduce your carbon footprint and be more energy-friendly. What are you waiting for? Go check out how you measure up!