UC Berkeley cooks up tool to measure your carbon impact

UC Berkeley's Renewable and Appropriate Energy Lab has developed a calculator that measures your carbon footprint and how you stack up against your neighbors.

Do you prefer chicken or beef? Do you carpool or drive alone to work? "Our choices lead to emissions of greenhouse gases." says Chris Jones, a researcher with UC Berkeley's Renewable and Appropriate Energy Lab. He's co-developed a calculator that measures your carbon footprint and how you stack up against your neighbors, and then offers recommendations on how you can change your behavior to reduce your footprint.

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