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Oct. 12, 2021, 6:49 p.m. -  cheapondirt

I have to drive a lot for work. Let's say 35,000km/year at 14.6L/100km. Burning diesel produces 2.69 kg CO2 per L. That's about 13.75 tonnes of CO2 per year. It's a whole other problem (what do you do, quit the job and let someone else do it?) But unfortunately it jades a guy on emissions numbers. It doesn't feel much like my frame material of choice really matters because it's so relatively minor. Thanks for reminding me that things I can control still matter, even if other things outside my control are bigger.

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