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Abhilash Mohite

Emerson Innovation Centre - Pune, India

"It’s our world, take care of it...!!!"

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 1,313 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
    1.0
    meatless or vegan meals
    consumed
  • up to
    63
    miles
    traveled by bike
  • up to
    53
    miles
    not traveled by car
  • up to
    53
    miles
    traveled by carpool
  • up to
    50
    pounds of CO2
    have been saved
  • up to
    2.0
    lightbulbs
    replaced
  • up to
    783
    minutes
    not spent in front of a screen
  • up to
    3.0
    pieces of litter
    picked up
  • up to
    1.0
    items
    repaired
  • up to
    560
    gallons of water
    have been saved
  • up to
    1.0
    water footprints
    calculated
  • up to
    1.0
    donations
    made
  • up to
    1.0
    advocacy actions
    completed
  • up to
    1.0
    public officials or leaders
    contacted
  • up to
    1.0
    hours
    volunteered
  • up to
    1.0
    community events
    hosted or attended
  • up to
    5.0
    documentaries
    watched
  • up to
    783
    minutes
    spent outdoors
  • up to
    2.0
    trees
    planted
  • up to
    512
    minutes
    spent learning

Abhilash's Actions

Economy & Communities

Choose LED Bulbs

SDG 7

I will replace 2 incandescent light bulb(s) with Energy Star-certified LED bulbs, saving up to $14 per fixture per year.

Completed
One-Time Action

Education & Livelihood

Plan A Staycation in Your Community

SDG 11

For an upcoming vacation, I will spend 5 minutes planning out a staycation in my region. For reference, one several hour flight releases the equivalent of nearly 14% of the annual emissions from a car.

Completed
One-Time Action

Education & Livelihood

Host or Join a Cleanup Event

SDG 11, 17

Within my community at home or work, I will organize or attend a local cleanup event.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Calculate Your Water Footprint

SDG 6

I will calculate my water footprint and look for a few ways I can reduce consumption or waste.

Completed
One-Time Action

Climate & Ecosystems

Watch a Documentary About Climate Change or Nature

SDG 13, 14, 15

I will watch 1 documentaries about climate change.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Watch a Documentary About Economy, Energy, or Industry

SDG 7, 9, 12

I will watch 1 documentaries about economy, energy, or industry.

Completed
One-Time Action

Health & Equity

Watch a Documentary About Equity, Gender, Health, or Peace

SDG 3, 5, 10, 16

I will watch 2 documentaries about equity, gender, health, or peace.

Completed
One-Time Action

Health & Equity

Make Cleaning Products

SDG 3

I will make a few homemade cleaning products.

Completed
One-Time Action

Health & Equity

Advocate for Equitable Food Access

SDG 10

Access to affordable, nutritious food is a food justice issue. I will advocate for equitable food options at work, campus, or in the spaces I frequent by contacting community leaders and/or doing other advocacy actions.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Mend Clothing

SDG 9

I will mend clothing for myself, family or friends.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Choose Clean/Renewable Energy

SDG 7

I will contact my energy company to find out how to sign up for my utility company's clean/renewable energy option.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Analyze Your Utility Bills

SDG 7

I spend 15 minutes analyzing my recent utility bills, which might include electricity, gas, or water to see what my current usage is and determine if I can reduce my energy and water use.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Get Involved in the Water Justice Movement

SDG 6

I will spend 30 minutes learning about water justice in my region.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Watch a Documentary About Food, Water, or Basic Needs

SDG 6

I will watch 2 documentaries about food, water, or basic needs.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Try a New Vegan or Vegetarian Recipe

I will try a new vegan or vegetarian recipe and share how it turns out on the Ecochallenge feed, or with family and friends.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Volunteer in My Community

SDG 1

I will volunteer 2 hours in my community.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Know Your Produce

SDG 2

I will become a savvy produce shopper when buying organic and non-organic items.

Completed
One-Time Action

Education & Livelihood

Watch a Documentary About Education or Work

SDG 4

I will watch 3 documentaries about education or work.

Completed
One-Time Action

Climate & Ecosystems

Plant a Tree

SDG 15

On average, a tree absorbs 10 kilograms (22 pounds) of carbon dioxide yearly during the first 20 years. To do my part, I will plant 10 trees in my community, public parks, or backyard.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Take 5-Minute Or Less Showers

SDG 6

I will save up to 6 gallons (23 L) of water each day by taking 5-minute showers. Tip: Use a timer to practice or count to 60 a few times.

COMPLETED 28
DAILY ACTIONS

Education & Livelihood

Try Carpooling

SDG 11

I will commute by carpool 8 mile(s) per day and avoid sending up to (___) lbs of CO2 into Earth's atmosphere.

COMPLETED 28
DAILY ACTIONS

Education & Livelihood

Go by Bike

SDG 11

I will commute by bike 8 miles each day and get my muscles moving while avoiding sending up to (___) lbs of CO2 into Earth's atmosphere.

COMPLETED 28
DAILY ACTIONS

Health & Equity

Track My Purchases

SDG 10

Each day, I will track my purchases to identify my spending habits. This will allow me to see what purchases can be reduced.

COMPLETED 28
DAILY ACTIONS

Health & Equity

Spend Time Outside

SDG 3

I will replace 20 minute(s) per day typically spent inside (computer time, watching television, etc.) with quality time outside exercising, enjoying the sunrise/sunset, gardening, journaling, or practicing gratitude for nature.

COMPLETED 28
DAILY ACTIONS

Health & Equity

Donate Food

SDG 3, 10

I will find out what food programs are in my area and donate food and/or other items that they request.

Completed
One-Time Action

Feed


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    Abhilash Mohite 4/27/2023 9:28 PM
    Forests are vital to life on Earth. They purify the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, prevent erosion, and act as an important buffer against climate change. Forests offer a home to much of the world’s diverse array of plants and animals and provide essential natural resources from timber and food to medicinal plants. Forests also support the lives of local communities and help them to thrive.

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/26/2023 11:42 PM
    The Forest department can also play a huge role in preventing deforestation. Managing the forest would include the following steps:

    • Survey of forests,
    • Categorization of forests.
    • Economic use of forests,
    • Administrative setting for forest management,
    • Training programs for persons engaged in forest conser­vation activities,
    • Use of forest land as tourist centers,
    • Social and agro-forestry

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/25/2023 9:10 PM
    Trees are cut for logs, and the rest, including the stump, limbs, branches and foliage, etc., is left out as worthless debris. Further waste occurs at the sawmills. Today, several uses have been developed to utilize this waste material, and products like waterproof glues, boar etc., can be obtained

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/24/2023 8:52 PM
    The commercial felling of trees is one of the main reasons for deforestation. Although trees are considered as perennial resources, these are exploited on a very large scale. According to an estimate, about 1,600 million cubic meters of wood has been used for various purposes in the world. If trees are cut down at this level, their revival cannot be possible

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/23/2023 8:02 PM
    Forests provide a wide range of environmental, social and economic benefits that improve our quality of life. Forests maintain and support the environment in which we live by regulating the climate, improving air quality by removing harmful CO2 emissions, conserving and cleaning water and supporting wildlife.

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/23/2023 12:04 AM
    We should try to plant more and more trees and many plants in our surroundings like school, office, playgrounds, gardens and to the surroundings of our home. Our mother nature gives us everything unconditionally through the forest we should listen to what she wants and what she needs.

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/22/2023 9:59 AM
    forests are a huge blessing by the nature on our earth. It is the home of several wildlife species. We should not try to snatch their homes from them otherwise they will become helpless edge to attack our towns and cities for their food and their living. We should not pollute our environment because pollution caused by our environment affects the soil and makes the soil infertile so it will be difficult in the future to grow lo more trees and plants to make a forest.

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/20/2023 9:12 PM
    We should take different steps to save our mother earth and to save the beautiful life-giving forest. So here are some steps mentioned below by which we can save our valuable forests.

    • We should try to take control over forest fires which are caused naturally and sometimes by the pollution caused by human beings also.
    • We should practice reforestation and afforestation to plant more and more trees and make more and more forest around us, which will provide us with a good amount of oxygen and keep our environmental air clean and pure.
    • We should try not to cut down too many trees at a time because forests or trees take time to grow up. If trees will be cutting on a large scale then it will be a problem for our environment. We should try to regulate and maintain the cutting down of trees in a particular area in large quantities.

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/19/2023 10:33 PM
    Deforestation refers to a decrease in the number of forest areas from all over the world. In deforestation, forests are destroyed for several other uses like agriculture, urbanization, to perform mining activities, cutting d of trees for woods, etc. Deforestation is having a very negative impact on our natural environment, ecosystem, climatic conditions, and biodiversity.

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    Abhilash Mohite 4/18/2023 10:01 PM
    We should try to plant more and more trees and many plants in our surroundings like school, office, playgrounds, gardens and to the surroundings of our home. Our mother nature gives us everything unconditionally through the forest we should listen to what she wants and what she needs