Oh, I'm over here wondering how much these consumer activities contribute to climate change.
People have about 18 hours in a day to do stuff. Basically all of it has a carbon footprint.
Which do you think is higher: commuting to and from school/work and using electricity for eight hours, or just the using electricity part? Flying to a business meeting, or conducting it with videoconferencing?
The answer is obvious. Also, this is exactly what responsible climate activists advocate for: shift activity to lower total emissions, and electrify everything which can be, while titrating off fossil fuels and ramping up renewable electricity.
Sent from a house with solar panels on a bright and sunny day.