Google is pushing the climate change agenda by introducing an online tool to allow people to estimate their “carbon footprint” — or how much they are personally adding to global warming — when booking flights.
Globalist Google announced it makes the carbon footprint estimate using a combination of data from the European Environmental Agency and information from airlines and other sources.
That data might include an aircraft’s age, model and design, the speed and altitude it flies at, and the distance between the flight’s origin and destination.
The Associated Press (AP) reported on the tool, unveiled last week, without any mention of the debate on climate science:
A basic search for flights will give an estimate of how many kilograms of carbon dioxide the