CO2 is released when the products you shop for are manufactured, and then CO2 is released when the products are transported. If you travel to the store via vehicle, CO2 is released, and then if the products you buy require energy, CO2 is released when you use them (unless renewable energy is used). The link below will lead you to an article that describes a CO2 tracker that has been used in stores in Okinawa.
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