Carbon calculator

 
   
   
 

Carbon Calculator

Please select your routes to see how much carbon each passenger will emit and the cost to offset that as part of your easyJet booking.

Why offset?

Carbon dioxide currently accounts for the majority of greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to climate change. By buying the highest quality offsets from projects that deliver true additional savings you can make a difference and balance your carbon impact on the environment.

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Typical Comparison

95.7 g/Km
121 g/km
104 g/km

= Data based on 1 person

 

Flying from London to Nice produces 10 times fewer carbon dioxide emissions than flying London to Miami

Average two person household

The CO2 equivalent emissions that the average annual UK two person household is responsible for.

Carbon offsetting

By carbon offsetting with easyJet you can contribute to emission reduction projects, balancing the amount of carbon dioxide emitted from your flight by reducing the amount emitted elsewhere. All this is done through UN certified emission reduction projects - the highest quality carbon credits available. There is no middle-man and easyJet doesn't profit from the scheme.

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Example UN-certified carbon offsetting project

                  Perlabi Hydroelectric Project

Perlabi Hydroelectric Project

The Perlabi Hydroelectric renewable energy project is a small hydroelectric plant using water from the Chirizacha river in the Andes hillside in Ecuador, South America. It has expected emission reductions in the first 10 years of 74,000 tonnes. This project generates clean electricity, reducing reliance on fossil fuel power generation as well as creating benefits and job opportunities to the local community.

                                  UN Perlabi Project Details

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On the ground

Ground operations have a vital role to support a low energy and carbon intensive operation - so everything from short turnarounds to simple airport structure contribute to a way of thinking that enhances the environment.

What we do on the ground