Carbon Footprint refers to the GHG emission by an entity, event, product or person. It is expressed terms of the amount of carbon dioxide, or its equivalent of other GHGs, emitted. Most common used unit is CO2 equivalent. The carbon footprint seen as a subset of the ecological footprint.
When we compare various forms of energy generation: Nuclear, Hydro, Coal, Gas, Solar Cell, Peat and Wind ge…
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