How Big is Your Footprint…

Your Carbon Footprint, that is?

Named after carbon dioxide (CO2), the principal greenhouse gas responsible for global warming, your carbon footprint is the sum total of emissions from your driving, flying, and home energy use.

If you’re a frequent business traveler, flying makes up the majority of your contribution to global warming.

Because planes use a lot of fuel, about 100 gallons per passenger on a cross-country trip, air travel is the fastest growing source of carbon dioxide. In fact, it accounts for 13 percent of transportation-related emissions in the United States.

To help counter the effects of business travel, Egencia has teamed up with TerraPass to provide you with a great, new option: balance out your carbon footprint by funding emissions-reducing clean energy projects. Get started…