In addition to the Sustainable Lifestyles Accelerator, the inhabitants of the Finnish city of Porvoo had last year also the opportunity to participate in the European project ENERGISE. This projet focused on new practices in room heating and laundry. On 7th March, a common public seminar will evaluate the participants’ experiences. There is also an […]
In December, households started to implement actions designed to reduce their footprint. A family sold their car right at the beginning and has definitely switched to public transport. Another household has dealt intensively with its electricity consumption.
How to decrease the personal carbon footprint? That’s exactly what was discussed at the Night of the Science in Helsinki, Finland: A Roadmapping workshop to decrease personal carbon footprint to 2.5 tons by 2030 was organized with approx. 60 citizens of Helsinki as a part of Night of the Science in Central Library Oodi. After […]
In our first round we work with six Mexican families that were interested in decreasing their carbon and material footprint. So, after analyzing their questionnaires and knowing more details about their lifestyles, we had a brunch-workshop at “La Excusa”. In detail we explained what is the main goal of SLA project and the difference between […]
Our eight Finnish households have completed their first SLA-round. With their daily sustainable choices they managed to achieve a 27 percent smaller carbon footprint and 20 percent smaller material footprint. Congratulations, you are fantastic! The following figures show the Footprint reduction of the eight Finnish households in detail: Read more (Finnish and Swedish)
After the questionnaires were evaluated, individual footprints for all areas of life and consumption were calculated for households. Each household received a report with graphs, broken down into the different areas of life, revealing their greatest savings potential to achieve a lifestyle that does not exceed 3 tonnes of CO2 per person. Four of six […]
Kick-Off: four out of the six Swiss households registered for the official kick-off workshop at the Impact Hub in Zurich. For two of the six participating households, the future.camp® team organized a second kick-off. So all participants of the first project phase had the same level of knowledge and the same conditions for the initial […]
After an open call on the future.camp® website and on relevant social media platforms, more than 60 households registered to participate in the first SLA round. The future.camp® team selected 12 representative households for Switzerland, of which six definitely decided to participate in the project. This shows how difficult it is to motivate a group […]