The biggest difference you can make in climate change is as a buyer. If you're careful about what you buy, manufacturers might try to prevent carbon emissions. This site aims to be a buyers guide during climate change, to connect like minded buyers and sellers. A site for carbon controlled products, the first place consumers might check for carbon footprint before spending. As stated in the movie below Kiss the Ground, much of the carbon in the atmosphere comes from the ground because of how we use it. 8 billion people consuming products without regard to carbon is bad for the climate.
It's difficult to determine the GreenHouse Gases (GHG) of a product at point of sale. The carbon footprint at manufacture. There is factory carbon, the shipment of parts and product and any technology used. It may consume more carbon energy having a per use ppm (parts per million). Try calculating your personal carbon footprint. "The average carbon footprint for a person in the United States is 16 tons..." The Paris Agreement target is 2 tons globally.