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solutions to Decrease your footprint

Each of us can bring solutions to this change with small daily gestures. Limiting one's individual impact by reducing CO2 emissions also means protecting the world's forests. By promoting sustainable mobility, by diversifying our eating habits or by opting for responsible food, we are starting the process for the benefit of the planet.

Change my diet by favoring vegetable proteins rather than animal proteins

Why ?


Industrial agriculture is responsible for two-thirds of deforestation in South America, mainly for soybean production and intensive livestock farming. In addition, we must take into account the import of this merchandise and the journey it performs. This has an impact on the production of CO2.


Promote sustainable mobility

Motorized traffic is the leading producer of energy consumption. It causes almost a third of the country's total CO2 emissions. It therefore plays a key role in defining energy and climate policy.

In order to reduce individual consumption and CO2 emissions, I opt for different forms of mobility.

Consume responsible food

Activities necessary for the production of food such as agriculture and other land uses are responsible for 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Today we consume a large amount of processed products


quick list

of actions

  1. Turn off lights

  2. Turn down heating

  3. Properly insulate + draught proof homes

  4. Switch to energy efficient lightbulbs

  5. Unplug devices

  6. Line dry your clothes 

  7. Switch to paperless billing

  1. Walk or cycle to work 

  2. Switch to public transport 

  3. Choose electric vehicles 

  4. Reduce or eliminate airline travel



  1. Recycle + re-use wherever possible

  2. Consume less - buy fewer but better

  3. Try to avoid “fast fashion”

  4. Buy sustainably-produced food + goods

  5. Identify eco-friendly goods: The Ecolabel Index >> provides an extensive directory of environmental certifications for various products + services

  1. Eat less meat in favour of more plant-based diets

  2. Buy locally-sourced, seasonal foods rather than food imported from overseas

  3. Plant a garden + grow your own veggies

  4. Reduce or eliminate your consumption of bottled water and other beverages



  1. Switch to an electricity tariff supplied by renewable energy sources

  2. Invest in your own sources of renewable energy like fit solar panels, where possible

  3. Support energy suppliers that are working to provide 100% clean energy



  1. Vocally support clean energy with friends, family and colleagues

  2. Tell your representatives how you value renewables and climate-friendly policies 

  3. Vote with your wallet! Support businesses that take climate action

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