On a scale of 1 - 10 how much would you change to reduce your environmental impact ? (1 - low)

Brittany Salas
10 replies
Our planet is dying and I am quite concerned. We all play a part but it's hard to pin point what we can do about it and what we need to change first in order to make a difference. Behavior change on an individual level can seem futile but what if that behavior was connected to a much larger climate solution. Would you do it? Would you spend money on it? Would you brag about it? Shameless plug, if you made it this far, sign up to join our Beta test: https://sadu.app/

Replies

Co-founder, Sādu
@jesus_zorrilla Thanks for sharing your response.
Share
Web developer for 15+ years.
3 for now It depends on the alternative solutions
Share
Co-founder, Sādu
@mystify_one 3! You are good competition for the rest :)
maker of @youremarks
1 to 2 — Being sensitive about this as an issue. 3 to 5 — Both sensitive and taking some conscious action to minimize personal carbon footprint 5 to 8 — Be an advocate and activist to create an impactful habit in the community. 9 to 10 — If someone claiming that possibly bluffing. Myself — @ one and a long way to go
Share
Co-founder, Sādu
@gj_jo This is helpful. Thank you! We are building for those at level 1 who would like to envision a world where everyone was at level 5.
Share
front-end, marketing & tech
That would be a 3 for me.
Share
E-commerce specialist
E-commerce specialist
In fact, I say 8 because, unfortunately, we live in a world where people tend to quickly go to extremes, that's why I put this note. On the other hand if the actions are explained to me and the impacts, I can easily go to 10.
Share
Co-founder, Sādu
@fares_aktouf That makes a lot of sense. Having the data on impact of the decision definitely helps with the process. We have been working on this process for incentives for a while with https://sadu.app/ . Would love to hear your feedback if you have a chance.
Share