Many interesting comparisons and analyses can be made using the data from the results pages.

Note that the campaign results are calculated several ways. Here we explain the terms used, how the results are calculated, their units of measurement and what they tell about climate emissions on the way to school.

Note that for any of these kinds of results, you can also choose to show the results at different levels:

- all participant schools
- all schools in one country
- just one school
- just one class

**CO _{2} emission intensity**This figure indicates how carbon intensive the ”mix” of modes of transport used by the reporters is. For example, if most of the kilometers to school are travelled by car, the emission intensity will be higher than if most of the travel is by foot.

Unit of measurement: grams/kilometer/reporter

How is it calculated: The estimated CO_{2} emissions for the trip to school are summed together for all of the reporters, divided by the number of kilometers travelled and then divided by the number of reporters.**Number of reporters**

This figure tells how many reporters submitted data in the campaign.

Unit of measurement: reporters

How it is calculated: The program counts up the number of reporters who have entered data.

**Mean distance to school**This figure tells how far, on the average, reporters need to travel to get to school.

Unit of measurement: kilometer/reporter

How it is calculated: The program finds the sum of all the one-way distances to school registered and divides by the number of reporters.

This figure is an estimate of how much CO

Unit of measurement: kg

How it is calculated: The program finds the sum of estimated CO

Mean annual CO

This figure is an estimate of how much CO

Unit of measurement: kg/reporter/year

How it is calculated: Each reporter’s registered CO