Our Carbon Footprint template is designed with icons to describe the sources of Carbon Footprint, Greenhouse gas emissions or reductions by human beings, Carbon Footprinting Clipart, Walking CO2 cartoon, and Reduce Your CO2 emission. The CO2Template in PowerPoint format includes five slides. Nowadays people more and more care about what their behavior’s impact on the environment. So it comes to the discussion of CO2 emission, relating with greenhouse effect. As the same series, you can also find our Data Mining, Cloud platform, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0 and BlockChain, Digital marketing, Big data PowerPoint templates.
Slide 1, Sources of CO2 emission
According to the definition of Wikipedia, A carbon footprint is the total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions caused by an individual, event, organization, service, or product, expressed as carbon dioxide equivalent. As the buzzword Circular Economy well accepted by the public, Carbon Footprint can be specific to be calculated and how to offset it. You can image that when the plants burn fossil fuels to produce chemicals, generate steam utility or electricity, carbon footprints is then left behind those activities.
Slide 2, Greenhouse gas emissions or reductions by human beings
It is interesting to know that everyone can contribute to reduce the carbon footprint in some ways. We can reduce CO2 emissions by driving less, walking more, eating more vegetables less meat, turning off lights when out of room, saving water by repeating use, and selecting recycling material as packaging.
Slide 3, Carbon Footprint Clipart
You can use our Carbon Footprint Clipart to customize your own slides. The footprint together with some icons can vividly demonstrate your ideas. It has been recognized that the PLC (product life cycle) conception should be executed in the development of product. From the feedstock to manufacturing, distribution, packaging, and then recycling.
Slide 4, Walking CO2 emission
This slide comes from the idea of walking footprint. CO2 emission could be accumulated as we grow up. It would be a long process for us to battle with carbon dioxide. The walking footprint is easier to remove, compared with carbon footprint. So the green lifestyle has been encouraged to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide.
Slide 5, Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Fighting again Greenhouse effect to prevent the increase of global temperature, we as individual can indeed do something to reduce our CO2 emission. Thanks to Covid-19 pandemic, less flight and driving has witnessed around the world, meanwhile cycling has been more and more popular to keep safe distance instead of public transport, as the comfortable way of transportation.
For detailed info on it, please refer to Wikipedia.