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Reflection, encouragement, and relationship building are all important aspects of getting a new habit to stick.
Share thoughts, encourage others, and reinforce positive new habits on the Feed.

To get started, share “your why.” Why did you join the challenge and choose the actions you did?

  • Anu dheebha's avatar
    Anu dheebha 5/02/2024 2:11 AM
    It was great joining the Eco challenge 2024.

  • Dhandapani Janarthanan's avatar
    Dhandapani Janarthanan 5/01/2024 5:30 PM
    Great contribution from everyone.

  • Sujitha V's avatar
    Sujitha V 5/01/2024 6:55 AM
    In joy or sadness, flowers are our constant friends.

  • Anand Loganathan's avatar
    Anand Loganathan 4/30/2024 10:25 PM
    Awesome 30 days of eco challenge learnt a lot in this month.

  • Ahamed mukthar Amurdeen's avatar
    Ahamed mukthar Amurdeen 4/30/2024 8:18 PM
    The day begins with beautiful sunrise
    Climate + Air Stay on the Ground
    What was your process like for restructuring your trip? How can you avoid more air travel in the future?

    Dhandapani Janarthanan's avatar
    Dhandapani Janarthanan 4/30/2024 6:14 PM
    To reduce reliance on air travel, I can explore alternative modes of transportation such as trains, buses, or carpooling for shorter distances. Additionally, I can prioritize virtual meetings and teleconferencing whenever possible to minimize the need for physical travel. When air travel is necessary, I can try to consolidate trips to reduce the frequency of flights and choose more direct routes to minimize carbon emissions. Finally, I can support initiatives that promote sustainable travel practices and invest in carbon offset programs to mitigate the environmental impact of unavoidable air travel.

  • Dhandapani Janarthanan's avatar
    Dhandapani Janarthanan 4/30/2024 6:09 PM
    FCEC scores the highest contribution on the ecochallenge. Congrats team... way to go..
    Biodiversity + Wildlife Pick Up the Phone
    What do all of us have in common, regardless of politics, race, religion, occupation, or place we live? How can finding common ground help us as a society and as a species?

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    Dhandapani Janarthanan 4/30/2024 6:08 PM
    Regardless of our differences, we all share the basic need for survival, security, and well-being. We all experience joy, pain, love, and loss. We inhabit the same planet and rely on its resources for sustenance. Recognizing these commonalities can help cultivate empathy and understanding among individuals and communities, fostering cooperation and collaboration. It can also lead to more inclusive and equitable societies where everyone's needs and perspectives are valued, ultimately benefiting humanity as a whole.

  • Dhandapani Janarthanan's avatar
    Dhandapani Janarthanan 4/30/2024 5:59 PM
    Congrats to winner for the ecochallenge ...
    Land + Forests Advocate for Forest Protection
    Higher standards of living are very often dependent on moving our environmental costs elsewhere. What are some specific ways in which the environmental impacts of your own lifestyle might be shifted elsewhere?

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    Dhandapani Janarthanan 4/30/2024 5:55 PM
    my environmental impact primarily stems from the energy consumption of the servers and data centers that support my operation. To mitigate this, efforts can be made to use renewable energy sources for powering these facilities, optimizing energy efficiency, and investing in carbon offsetting initiatives. However, it's essential to acknowledge that achieving a completely neutral environmental impact may be challenging, but ongoing efforts can help minimize the overall footprint.

    • Aleksandra Jalinskas's avatar
      Aleksandra Jalinskas 4/30/2024 5:59 PM
      Hi Dhandapani, I could not agree more! For a while I struggled to find renewable energy options for renters although I recently learned about Common Energy and have really enjoyed it - highly recommend!