This, of course, depends on what products you are referring to. Most products that don’t require a source of power to run don’t emit much more than what they cost to manufacture. You do have to account for end-of-life considerations, like the energy it costs to trash it. This is usually not that much. Electrical products, however, could cause a huge increase in the carbon footprint. For example, incandescent lightbulbs are very cheap to manufacture but use a lot energy to provide light.
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