CarbonClix Launches a Get Started Guide to help users reduce their carbon footprint and save money

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A free Get Started Guide is now available from CarbonClix. The Guide examines the direct impact individuals have on the environment through daily activities, such as use of transport and household energy consumption and provides easy to follow tips on how to reduce carbon emissions and save money on household bills.

There is a lot of talk in the press about pollution and climate change but much of the information available can be unclear and often raises more questions than it answers. What are the causes of climate change? How do individuals contribute? What can be done about it?

Understanding our individual impact on the environment can be difficult, so CarbonClix has put together a comprehensive new free guide, which covers all the key facts and shows readers how they can help the environment through reducing their carbon footprints.

The Get Started Guide available from the CarbonClix website looks at the key questions around Climate Change and the effects experienced throughout the world. It also examines the direct impact individuals have on the environment through daily activities, such as use of transport and household energy consumption and provides easy to follow tips on how to reduce carbon emissions.

"I'm really excited about this Guide and think it can help a lot of people really understand how to make easy, environmentally friendly changes in their lives," said CarbonClix co-Founder Charlotte Carlsen Abraham. "We are aiming to help people not only reduce their carbon footprint but also allow them to save money on their household bills."

For more information on how to reduce your overall carbon footprint please visit the CarbonClix website.

About CarbonClix

CarbonClix, owned by Tramp Carbon, specialises in providing members with the opportunity to not only calculate their carbon emissions, but also receive advice on how to reduce their individual carbon footprints and save money at the same time. Many emissions however, cannot be eliminated or reduced and this is where members can choose to offset the rest through our carefully selected projects.

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