What is the carbon impact of today’s Auburn-UO football game?

Auburn is a university in Alabama – I looked it up – and last I checked UO is in Oregon. The game is in Texas. That’s a lot of travel. Does anyone know how to estimate the carbon impact of an event like this? I googled a bit but didn’t find anything easy.

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10 Responses to What is the carbon impact of today’s Auburn-UO football game?

  1. Hippo says:

    Good question. While you are at it, how about faculty, staff, and students driving to campus? Attending international conferences? Driving a faux el
    Camino?

  2. honest Uncle Gangsta says:

    I suspect the Ducks carbon footprint will be smaller after Saturday’s game.

  3. Simplicius Simplicissimus says:

    Are we counting the dollar bills the UO burns on the coach(es), too?

  4. honest Uncle Bernie says:

    Meanwhile, can anyone tell us what is the real state of negotiations with the graduate students? I really need to know when to expect a strike to occur, if one occurs.

    • uomatters says:

      Rumor has it the administration expects the GTFF to reject their real wage cuts, and has started planning for a strike around midterm.

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