The amount of greenhouse gases emitted due to various activities and the effect of these gases on the environment and climatic conditions on earth is measured as Carbon Footprint. Greenhouse gases are produced when fossil fuels are burnt in large quantities. This leads to the creation of Carbon Footprints, which may be primary carbon footprints or secondary carbon footprints. A primary carbon footprint results from the direct emission of CO2 into the atmosphere as a consequence of an individual’s activities such as driving a car or burning logs. A Secondary footprint is indirect emission i.e. the emission of gases by industries and factories which produce consumer goods and industrial goods.