CarbonAPI helps you calculate your carbon footprint generated from your emission-generating activities. The mission of our API is to be part of the solution to climate change.
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Enter the distance driven in the previous 12 months if you're measuring your carbon footprint over a year.
First, the distances between the selected airports are estimated using the larger circle approach. The appropriate emissions factor for the kind of flight (UK domestic, short haul, or long haul) and the class of seat taken is then multiplied by this (e.g. economy class, business class etc.). Distance uplift to compensate for planes not flying the most direct route, such as flying around foreign airspace, stacking, and so on, is one of the emissions considerations.
The energy in kWh, flight is calculated from distance and transport is measured by weight tonnes or kilograms and the distance in kilometres or miles.
Annual emissions from the previous 12 months are often used to calculate carbon footprints.
Different emission factors were calculated based on the relative area of the aircraft occupied by different seating classes; for example, a first class seat would occupy a larger area per passenger than an economy class equivalent, and thus account for a larger percentage of the overall plane's emission.