How to cut your contribution to climate change by offsetting your emissions

Mar 27, 2019

Stuff looks at living a carbon-free lifestyle. Each person's carbon footprint – the amount of greenhouse gases your activities release – is different. A vegan's emissions are likely to be lower than a meat eater's on dining habits alone, but a meat eater who cycles to work will produce less carbon dioxide than a vegan who drives.

While there are many ways to reduce your carbon footprint, for even the most carbon-stringent of citizens, some emissions are unavoidable.

If you want to feel less guilty about flying overseas or eating red meat – but don't feel you can reduce your emissions – here's how you can offset your carbon footprint.