The three calculators below look at how much an individual uses per year and how that compares with other Americans. The Own It carbon offsetting tonnage will always be greater than any number a calculator provides for two reasons. One is because Own It Economics uses a smaller population (adults in the middle class and above), not the average amongst all people. The other is we look to offset carbon since 1850, whereas calculators just look at one's carbon footprint as they live.
Finding out your Own It contribution amount can be done in three steps:
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In addition to calculators, they also have projects ranging from International carbon offsetting projects to tree planting and community projects
In addition to calculators, they also have projects with over 90% of every dollar goes directly to the projects.
The Nature Conservancy
They measure the average depending on the number of people in your household.