carbon footprint

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carbon footprint (plural carbon footprints)

  1. A measure of the amount of carbon dioxide produced by a person, organization or state in a given time
    • 1994, Peter Simmons, Petrol to Gas: A Fully Illustrated Guide to Complete D.I.Y.Conversion for the Motorist, Password Publishing, page 14.
      House insulation is another way of reducing energy consumption and carbon footprint, as well as double glazing and draught-proofing.

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