Find out how your carbon footprint is generated

Some of our everyday actions also contribute to greenhouse gas emissions.

It takes 4 kg of CO2 to make 1 kg of red meat

What produces these emissions?

Most of these emissions are directly related to the animals. When they digest their food, ruminants generate a lot of methane, a gas that contributes to global warming.

Livestock also produces emissions from the use of fertilizers, tractors and the machinery used in farms.

What actions can lower these emissions?

Balancing your diet by including foods from different categories and using locally and sustainably grown products can help reduce the emissions associated with your diet.

At BBVA, we have created the first personal carbon footprint calculator

If you are already a customer, discover how much carbon dioxide you generate with your gas, electricity and fuel consumption on the BBVA app's Sustainability Section.

Want to find out more about your carbon footprint and how to reduce it?