Aaron Jackson

Aaron Jackson

City of Nottingham, GB

Member #30604

15

months

of climate impact

32.35t

of carbon reduction

4,016

trees in their forest

Aaron's impact forest

4,016 trees funded

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  • Illustration of transport project
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  • Illustration of hydro project
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Aaron's climate lifestyle choices

The biggest impact you can have, is change your lifestyle

  • Line dry clothes

  • Buy local produce

  • Compost your food waste

  • Eat vegan diet

  • Cycle to work

  • 'Staying grounded' (taking no flights)

  • Switch to green energy provider

Aaron Jackson's badges

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Climate projects Aaron has supported

Aaron's funding directly impacts atmospheric CO2 levels

Aaron's impact visualised

32.35 tonnes of CO2e is equivalent to one of the following

  • 25

    long haul flights

  • 97

    metres2 of sea ice saved

  • 80,260

    miles driven in a car

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