A carbon footprint is a total set of greenhouse gas by-product, person, event, product, service, person or organization. However, to measure carbon footprints this way required the comprehensive amount of data. Therefore, another definition is in use. A system, activity, and population measured in the total amount of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) released into nature.
Greenhouse gases being released in activities as the production of goods, food consumption, transport, services and many other activities. Measurement of a person’s carbon footprint is an indication of how a country uses technology and energy-demanding products or services. For example, use an American nearly five times a more carbon footprint than a person living in an underdeveloped country. In fashion, a t-shirt (large, heavy unisex) uses as much as 6, 5-kilo carbon footprint.