Environmental Air Program - FDL Carbon Footprint

What is a Carbon Footprint?

A carbon footprint is the measurement of greenhouse gasses that are emitted as a result of burning fossil fuels. Below is the measurement of Fond du Lac’s carbon footprint as an organization but any one can measure their carbon footprint.

Why should we measure our Carbon Footprint?

Reduce Carbon Footprint

FDL Carbon Footprint Emission Sources
Click the titles on the pie chart below for detailed information.

Carbon Pie Chart Electricity Use Mobile Sources Employee Commuting Natural Gas and Propane Use
Carbon Metric Tons

Want to know what your personal Carbon Footprint is? Fill out the carbon calculator at the link below and see how your carbon footprint compares to the reservation's 2012 Carbon Footprint of 34,393 metric tons of CO2 a year.
http://www.nature.org/greenliving/carboncalculator/index.htm


The Reservation is already taking steps to reduce it’s carbon footprint. Click the symbols below to see completed and upcoming projects.

Renewable Energy Efficiency