How much CO2 do your commutes use?

In our 2019 yearly round up newsletter, we included stats about how much CO2 Liquid Light commutes save, compared to if we had all driven. The original maths was done in a Google Sheet, but we thought it would be cool to make it available to everyone. Fill in the stats below and let us know how much CO2 you save.

How much CO2 do your commutes use?

NameDays commuted per weekMiles commuted per dayMode of transport

Results

In a week

Miles travelledYour CO2 emissionsCO2 emissions if everyone droveDifference
{{ stats.miles }}{{ kg(stats.co2) }} kg{{ kg(stats.theoretical_co2) }} kg{{ kg(stats.theoretical_co2 - stats.co2) }} kgsaved!

In an average month

Miles travelledYour CO2 emissionsCO2 emissions if everyone droveDifference
{{ stats.month_miles }}{{ kg(stats.month_co2) }} kg{{ kg(stats.month_theoretical_co2) }} kg{{ kg(stats.month_theoretical_co2 - stats.month_co2) }} kgsaved!

In a year

Miles travelledYour CO2 emissionsCO2 emissions if everyone droveDifference
{{ stats.year_miles }}{{ kg(stats.year_co2) }} kg{{ kg(stats.year_theoretical_co2) }} kg{{ kg(stats.year_theoretical_co2 - stats.year_co2) }} kgsaved!

Why?

Out of the 10 full-time staff we have at Liquid Light, none of us drive to work - preferring trains, buses and bicycles. We were interested as to how different our CO2 output would be if we were all to drive and us being nerds decided to make a tool to tell us.

How is it built?

This web app is built using Vue JS. Perfect for web apps. Unforuntately it won't work if you don't have JavaScript enabled, but for a fun little web app, we didn't think this would be too impactful.

Disclaimer

The results of this app are not to be scientifically relied upon. This is just some fun, please don't take it seriously! 

The sources for the figures are taken from these articles:

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