Cambridge Carbon Footprint offers a wide range of online and offline resources to support individuals and communities to live sustainably.

Consumption and waste

See our project, with other Cambridge organisations, on the circular economy, including reducing consumption and waste: Circular Cambridge.




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Home energy

There’s much we can do to make our homes more sustainable, often at low cost and with relatively little effort.  See our Project Open Eco Homes  about visits and resources including home details and case studies, including key features, costs of work, environmental savings, product information and professional contacts.




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Travel and transport

For the average person living in the UK, travel accounts for around 14 per cent of their annual carbon footprint. Our travel and transportation resources cover walking, cycling, buses, trains, bio-diesel, rideshares and carpools, and sustainable delivery services.




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Thermal Imaging

Practical information with examples on using Thermal Imaging cameras and interpreting how their images show weaknesses in insulation and draught-proofing of buildings.




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Our food resources include a Directory of Local Food Producers and Retailers, resources to help you grow your own foodrecipes for food made with local ingredients, a seasonal vegetable guide, and sustainable food posters.




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Sustainable living in North Cambridge

Living sustainably is easier than you might think. It’s already a part of the fabric of North Cambridge with places and resources to help make achievable changes that can significantly reduce your environmental impact. From food, to stuff, to travel, and home energy, this map will help you find what’s happening locally.




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