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April 1 - April 30, 2021
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April 1 - April 30, 2021

DrawdownTO

Drawdown Toronto

Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 0 This Week
  • 9,042 Total

Team Impact

  • up to
    5
    advocacy actions
    completed
  • up to
    81
    miles
    traveled by bike
  • up to
    105
    miles
    traveled by bus
  • up to
    136
    miles
    not traveled by car
  • up to
    31
    miles
    traveled by carpool
  • up to
    2,471
    pounds of CO2
    have been saved
  • up to
    4
    documentaries
    watched
  • up to
    6,352
    minutes
    spent exercising
  • up to
    5
    conversations
    with people
  • up to
    2,547
    minutes
    spent learning
  • up to
    11
    lightbulbs
    replaced
  • up to
    27
    locally sourced meals
    consumed
  • up to
    268
    meatless or vegan meals
    consumed
  • up to
    2,477
    minutes
    being mindful
  • up to
    2,634
    minutes
    spent outdoors
  • up to
    3
    pounds of paper
    have been saved
  • up to
    111
    plastic containers
    not sent to the landfill
  • up to
    10
    public officials or leaders
    contacted
  • up to
    1
    hours
    volunteered
  • up to
    450
    gallons of water
    have been saved
  • up to
    237
    zero-waste meals
    consumed

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  • April 30 at 8:25 PM
    Well we did it - great job team DrawdownTO! We’ve made it to the end of our Earth Month Eco Challenge with over 9000 points, in 36th place out of hundreds of teams, and having saved almost 2,500 pounds of CO2 from going up into the atmosphere! Amazing! 🤗Hopefully you’ve found actions over this past month that speak to your passions, priorities,...
  • April 30 at 8:09 PM
    Even though I’ve taken the time to learn more about this topic, I still find it hard to know what truly is the most sustainable type of fish to buy and am conflicted between wild and farmed - both are labeled sustainable depending on where the fish or seafood is sourced. This has always led me to purchase less fish then I would if I truly...
  • April 30 at 6:46 PM
    It allows you to use a more common sense approach to consuming what is still fresh and good enough to eat. It’s often just about an individual’s mindset to push the boundaries of what manufacturers deem appropriate. 
  • April 30 at 6:42 PM
    All of it combined! Reducing food waste is such an easy and accessible solution - that everyone can participate in - it starts with being more mindful and eating what we buy and composting only what is unavoidable waste, like bones, coffee grounds, etc. 
  • April 30 at 3:05 PM
    The difficulty was in remembering to pay attention to ingredients lists - sometimes we aren’t aware of what’s used to make our packaged food, or from where it comes, or if it’s sustainable sourced! 
  • April 30 at 2:52 PM
    The higher average income of citizens of developed countries, allows extra money to pay for more expensive foods like meat. Unfortunately, the average North American eats far too much meat, which contributes to poorer human health, and also contributes to climate change as ruminating animals produce a huge amount of methane - causing much more...

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