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Jayshree Pandey

Indescribable Stunning Earth

"To protect, restore and enhance environmental quality towards good public health, environmental integrity and economic viability."

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 1,486 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
    12
    pounds
    food waste prevented
  • up to
    68
    zero-waste meals
    consumed
  • up to
    24
    pounds of CO2
    have been saved
  • up to
    1.0
    energy audits
    conducted
  • up to
    578
    gallons of water
    have been saved
  • up to
    3.0
    hours
    volunteered
  • up to
    464
    minutes
    spent learning

Jayshree's Actions

Health & Equity

Learn About The Health & Equity SDGs

SDG #3, 5, 10 & 16

I will spend 10 minutes learning about these SDGs.

Completed
One-Time Action

Climate & Ecosystems

Join A Climate Action Orginization

SDG #13 Climate

I will learn about local, national and international climate action organizations that I could join and connect with one or more.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Get To Know Your Watershed

SDG #6 Water & Sanitation

I will spend 10 minutes learning about my watershed and the particular water issues my region faces.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Carry My Trash

SDG #12 Consumption & Production

I will carry all of my unrecyclable, non-compostable trash with me each day to raise my awareness of how much waste I produce.

COMPLETED 30
DAILY ACTIONS

Basic Needs & Security

Make Zero-Waste Meals

SDG #2 Zero Hunger

I will cook 2 meal(s) with zero waste each day.

COMPLETED 30
DAILY ACTIONS

Climate & Ecosystems

Learn About The Climate & Ecosystems SDGs

SDG #13, 14 & 15

I will spend 10 minutes learning about these SDGs.

Completed
One-Time Action

Climate & Ecosystems

Ecological & Xeriscape Gardening

SDG #14 & 15

I will do one or more of the following actions in my yard, or volunteer in my community: plant indigenous plants, landscape with water-efficient plants, add mulching, replace a lawn, and/or use eco-friendly fertilizers.

Completed
One-Time Action

Climate & Ecosystems

Support Local Pollinators

SDG #15 Life On Land

At least 30% of crops and 90% of flowering plants rely on pollinators to produce fruit. I will spend 10 minutes researching which plants support local pollinators and plant some in my area.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Understand Your Climate And Natural Disaster Risks

SDG #9 Industry & Infrastructure

I will spend 10 minutes learning about the climate and natural disaster risks in my area.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Online Energy Audit

SDG #7 Energy

I will complete an online energy audit of my home, office, or dorm room and identify my next steps for saving energy.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Choose Clean/Renewable Energy

SDG #7 Energy

I will sign up for my utility company's clean/renewable energy option.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Create A Readiness Plan

SDG #9 Industry & Infrastructure

I will develop a readiness plan for my household in the event of an emergency.

Completed
One-Time Action

Economy & Communities

Mend Clothing

SDG #9 Industry & Infrastructure

I will mend a piece of clothing for myself, family or friends.

Completed
One-Time Action

Education & Livelihood

Research Impact Investing

SDG #8 Work & Economy

Using the links provided below, I will research impact investing or my current investment portfolio to determine if they align with my values.

Completed
One-Time Action

Education & Livelihood

Volunteer to Tutor

SDG #4 Education

I will volunteer to tutor in my community at least once this month.

Completed
One-Time Action

Education & Livelihood

Volunteer In My Community

SDG #11 Communities

I will volunteer hour(s) in my community.

Completed
One-Time Action

Education & Livelihood

Plan A Staycation in Your Community

SDG #11 Communities

For an upcoming vacation, I will plan a staycation in my region.

Completed
One-Time Action

Education & Livelihood

Share Your Eco Habits

SDG #11 Communities

Through my social media channels, in person, or as an Earth Month Ecochallenge feed reflection, I will share with others an environmentally friendly habit I have cultivated.

COMPLETED 30
DAILY ACTIONS

Health & Equity

Cleaning Product Ingredients

SDG #3 Health & Well-Being

I will spend 10 minutes each day studying the toxic chemicals found in cleaning supplies, personal care, and pet products around my home.

COMPLETED 30
DAILY ACTIONS

Health & Equity

Safe Disposal of Medications and Household Chemicals

SDG #3 Health & Well-Being

I will spend 10 minutes learning about how and where to dispose of medications and chemicals properly.

Completed
One-Time Action

Health & Equity

Learn About Participation and Representation

SDG #5 Gender

I will spend at least 10 minutes learning more about the barriers to women and girl's equal participation and representation around the world.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Practice A Sharing Economy

SDG #1 No Poverty

Each day, I will engage in a sharing economy among my family, friends, and neighbors.

COMPLETED 30
DAILY ACTIONS

Basic Needs & Security

Support A Renters Bills of Rights

SDG #1 No Poverty

Of nearly 44 million U.S. renter households in 2019, more than 45% paid rent equal to 30% or more of their gross household income. I will spend 10 minutes learning about a renters bill of rights and affordable housing.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Volunteer

SDG #1 No Poverty

In my community, I will volunteer at a community shelter, food pantry or soup kitchen.

Completed
One-Time Action

Basic Needs & Security

Calculate Your Water Footprint

SDG #6 Water & Sanitation

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

Completed
One-Time Action

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/30/2022 11:23 AM
     If things are still working, why do you need to throw them right away and buy a new one? Impulsive buying produces lots of packaging, which is the main contributor to carbon emission. If those old shoes need repair, sew them or get them repaired in a shoe repair shop. It will reduce waste, and it will save money. You can also give unused clothing to charity, reuse gift wrappers for decorations, and jars for food containers. Think wisely before buying a new one. 

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/28/2022 2:20 PM
     It is our collective responsibility to raise public responsibility regarding the well-being of our mother earth.

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/28/2022 9:39 AM
    Recycling is such a simple thing to do, but so many people don’t do it. Look for recycling cans near trashcans. Instead of throwing recyclables in the trash with your non-recyclables, make a point to take an extra step to locate recycling cans around your campus. Always separate biodegradable and non-biodegradable wastes.

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/27/2022 11:14 AM
    The single most serious threat to our world now is climate change. To avoid catastrophic harm, we must reduce carbon emissions. And, with global energy demand forecast to rise 56 per cent over the next two decades, meeting those emissions objectives will be unattainable if we rely solely on traditional fossil fuels.

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/25/2022 3:22 PM
    Taking care of our Earth is no longer an option – it is a necessity. There is no other alternative planet where life is possible other than Earth. Since the beginning of existence, we have exploited nature by cutting innumerable trees to build infrastructure and killing animals for food. We have extracted minerals, crystals, and gems from the womb of the Earth.

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/24/2022 12:49 PM
    It is and has been our responsibility to protect the planet that we live in but rather we become selfish and do such things that create more pollution in our environment. As the most evolved species of the environment, we should understand that our planet is the only planet that supports life. So when the earth will be in peril, we will not have the option to move to another planet for our safety.

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/24/2022 8:57 AM
    Carpooling: The transport industry is one of the greatest polluters in the world. Worse still, the fossil fuels used to drive this industry causes devastating environmental damage.

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/23/2022 4:41 AM
    It will reduce waste, and it will save money. You can also give unused clothing to charity, reuse gift wrappers for decorations, and jars for food containers. Think wisely before buying a new one. 

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/21/2022 1:36 PM
    It is and has been our responsibility to protect the planet that we live in but rather we become selfish and do such things that create more pollution in our environment.

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    Jayshree Pandey 4/21/2022 9:56 AM
    "Environmentally friendly," "eco-friendly," and "earth-friendly" are just different ways of saying "not environmentally harmful."