It seems everyone and their dog has a smart phone these days. With all the technological advances that have happened recently, it is easier than ever to find ways to make your lifestyle more sustainable. Check out these neat sustainability oriented apps!
Their website says that "recycling is the easiest and more accessible way to get people plugged into sustainability". This app provides access to more than 800,000 recycling and disposable resources for more than 240 materials. If you have ever wondered "can I recycle this?", the answer can be found on this FREE app!
This app will connect you with green resources where ever you go! Their website states that, "With unique global icons and adaptable tools, Green Map System has engaged communities worldwide in mapping green living, nature and cultural resources since 1995. Green Maps chart a sustainable future! Explore and get involved".
Many companies around the globe are helping advance social and environmental sustainability, this app lets you find these businesses and see how they rank up against others. What a great way to support those businesses that are concerned with these important issues!
Are you a seafood lover? This app from the Monterey Bay Aquarium provides recommendations for ocean-friendly seafood at your favorite restaurants and stores! This is a treasure trove of information about how each item should be fished or farmed. If you know of a business that uses sustainable seafood practices, this app lets you add them to let others know!
This travel oriented app lets you find sustainable resorts, hotels, conference centers, attractions, tour experiences and wedding options. Be sure to download this FREE app before your next trip!
Do you want to ensure only sustainable products are purchased by your family this year? Well then the Good Guide app will help you shop sensibly. Simply scan a product barcode to get a complete rundown of health, environmental, and responsibility ratings on a database collection of over 90,000 products and businesses worldwide.
Do you have any sustainable apps on your device? If so, please share in the comments :)
Post by Paige Gardner