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        All we ever hear when it comes to climate change is that we are all too small to do anything. Yet, 70% of global emissions stem from personal consumption choices, which means that we have all the power in the world to make a change. Spark Sustainability quantifies the impact of small climate actions to show you the power of the crowd.
        CALCULATE YOUR YEARLY CARBON DONUT

        At Spark, we believe everyone can be part of creating a carbon neutral future. Research shows that people taking action in their own lives is actually one of the best ways to achieve the policy-level change that is needed to boost large-scale emission mitigation.

        Our personal climate actions serves three purposes – they reduce our own emissions, they send a message to businesses that climate-friendly goods and services are in demand, and they encourage decision-makers to implement climate-friendly policies. So where to begin? Fill out the calculator above and get tips on what measures you can take to start the journey towards carbon neutrality.

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