Here are details of the various modes of transport I used during the Memorial Intermission.
Each type is followed by three figures:
- Approximate carbon dioxode equivalent (CO₂e) emissions (per kilometre or per passenger per kilometre).
- Approximate distance I travelled using this type of transport during the Intermission.
- Approximate CO₂e emissions needing to be offset.
- 0.006kg CO₂e per passenger per km
- 16.79kg of CO₂e
- 0.041kg CO₂e per passenger per km
- 55.64kg of CO₂e
- 0.031kg CO₂e per passenger per km
- 0.56kg of CO₂e
- 0.035kg CO₂e per passenger per km
- 0.77kg of CO₂e
- 0.028kg CO₂e per passenger per km
- 21.50kg of CO₂e
- 0.105kg CO₂e per passenger per km
- 8.93kg of CO₂e
- 0.150kg CO₂e per km
- 5 km
- 0.75kg of CO₂e
Cars (Petrol Fuel)
- 0.181kg CO₂e per km
- 831 km
- 150.41kg of CO₂e
- 255.35kg of CO₂e emissions
CO₂e emission estimates for each transport type obtained in November 2019 from the website of Carbon Footprint Ltd.
On Tuesday 12th November 2019 I offset 1 ton of CO₂e emissions, by contributing towards a project that is planting biodiverse forests in Panama, to account for the above estimated emissions of approximately 255.35kg of CO₂e.
Further information about carbon-offsetting can be found on the Carbon-Offsetting of Boat Trips page.