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  • Adithya Vasudev packed a litterless lunch
    Americans comprise about five percent of the world's population, and annually produce 27 percent of the world's garbage.
    39 days ago
    Reward Points 73 MG Score 20
  • Adithya Vasudev walked to school
    Returning to 1969 levels of walking and bicycling to school would save 3.2 billion vehicle miles, 1.5 million tons of carbon dioxide and 89,000 tons of other pollutants
    39 days ago
    Reward Points 73 MG Score 20
  • Zachary Clayson brought appropriate serving size to reduce food waste
    From 1993 to 2003, annual waste generation increased 33 percent to 1.6 tons per capita in the Portland metro region. Recycling jumped 80 percent to... More
    61 days ago
    Reward Points 65 MG Score 6
  • Zachary Clayson brought appropriate serving size to reduce food waste
    Almost one-third of the residential waste in the Portland metro region consists of paper, yard trimmings and containers which could be recycled. Metro, internal document, 2005
    61 days ago
    Reward Points 65 MG Score 6
  • Rahul Sura brought lunch from home
    Of the 224 billion beverage containers sold in the U.S. every year, only about 29 percent are recycled
    61 days ago
    Reward Points 55 MG Score 5
  • Rahul Sura walked to school
    Children on a walking school bus walk at about 2 miles per hour, which is half the rate of a typical young adult. The average person takes 2,000 steps per mile.
    61 days ago
    Reward Points 55 MG Score 5
  • poorvi venugopal recycled phone books
    Some 1.4 billion movie tickets alone are sold in the United States annually—and almost every one of them goes to waste.
    215 days ago
    Reward Points 85 MG Score 1
  • poorvi venugopal recycled old newspaper
    Direct mail is a very efficient marketing medium and it shows in its response rates, which are typically measured in whole, single or even... More
    215 days ago
    Reward Points 85 MG Score 1
  • Kamlesh Kabra installed low flow shower heads in bathrooms
    Less than 1% of the water supply on earth can be used as drinking water. Water is truly a precious resource!
    298 days ago
    Reward Points 175 MG Score 19
  • Rashma Anand has shared a story

    Green Cleaning Is…Well Clean Cleaning

    It always amazes me that when it comes to cleaning products, many of us end up using soaps and cleaners which are nothing but a bunch of chemicals put together. How can we call it ‘clean’, when we are subjecting ... More»
    337 days ago
    Reward Points 60
  • Rashma Anand has shared a story

    Green Cleaning Is…Well Clean Cleaning

    Story Content More»
    337 days ago
    Reward Points 60
  • Steven Huang installed dual flush toilets
    The average 5-minute shower takes 15-25 gallons of water–around 40 gallons are used in 10 minutes.
    389 days ago
    Reward Points 524 MG Score 82
  • Steven Huang used recycled pencils
    A plastic pen in a landfill will still be there in 50,000 years. In the marine environment plastic pens are a hazard to mammals and birds.
    389 days ago
    Reward Points 524 MG Score 82
  • Parinita Jithendra avoided styrofoam and used peanuts & plastic bubble wrap for packaging
    A steel mill using recycled scrap reduces water pollution, air pollution, and mining waste by about 70 percent.
    504 days ago
    Reward Points 105 MG Score 22
  • Parinita Jithendra carpooled to school
    In the year 1997 alone, the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere increased by 2.87 ppm; this increase is more than any other year on record.
    504 days ago
    Reward Points 105 MG Score 22
  • Kamlesh Kabra bought laptop instead of desktop
    The Himalayan glaciers provide 40% of the world’s population with drinking water, through seven Asian river systems.
    519 days ago
    Reward Points 175 MG Score 19
  • Srinath Sura carpooled to work
    With roughly 15 percent of the world's current population, Europe, Japan, and North America are estimated to account for two-thirds of the carbon... More
    525 days ago
    Reward Points 140 MG Score 18
  • Venessa Janse van Vuuren recycled aluminum Can
    In 2005, 35.8 thousand tonnes of used aluminium cans were collected across Australia - that's 244.3 million cans!
    525 days ago
    Reward Points 60 MG Score 4
  • Venessa Janse van Vuuren bought loose, unwrapped candy
    Asthma among pre-school children is at epidemic levels, increasing 160 percent between 1980-1994, more than twice the national average. Higher... More
    525 days ago
    Reward Points 60 MG Score 4
  • Vishal Gangwal skipped ATM receipt
    The paper industry is, after chemical and steel manufacturing, the third-largest source of greenhouse gas emissions from the manufacturing sector... More
    528 days ago
    Reward Points 55 MG Score 0
 
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