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.
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 […]