1/12
I follow
an omnivorous diet0
a vegetarian diet1
I eat mainly meat-5
2/12
On my plate there is mostly
pasta0
rice-1
potatoes1
3/12
If there is leftover food,
I throw it away0
I use it for a new meal1
I'll eat some of it later but still a little will end up in the biowaste-1
4/12
My shower is usually
the temperature and duration vary0
warm and unhurried-1
a quick, refreshingly cool shower1
5/12
In my bedroom, I prefer to use
a blanket (19°C)1
a radiator (24°C)-1
family (21°C)0
6/12
My light bulb is powered by
Haven’t got a clue 0
fossil fuels-5
renewable energy1
7/12
I pop out to the corner shop
using public transportation0
by car-1
on foot1
8/12
A car is
an essential part of my everyday life-1
I could replace my car by an electric bike or a shared car0
I don’t need a car1
9/12
The holiday resort of my choice is
a fascinating resort on distant shores-1
a high-quality holiday resort nearby or I like to explore neighbouring countries1
adventures in the heart of Europe0
10/12
I buy clothing
I have my own style and buy with consideration0
I buy when my old clothes are worn out1
I love clothes and often buy them!-1
11/12
When I make new purchases for my home
I always buy everything new-1
I buy both old and new stuff0
I only buy used items1
12/12
I give as a gift
Everybody has everything but I still buy something small and nice-1
I prefer to buy services than material gifts1

A brilliant result! Now it’s time to make the last effort and lose the last few pounds.

With the help of climate training everyone can improve their own input for the sake of the climate. The results show in which subarea you can still make progress.

Doing good but please, try out our power training.

With the help of climate training everyone can improve their own input for the sake of the climate. The results show in which subarea you can still make progress.

Would now be the time for real power training?

With the help of climate training everyone can improve their own input for the sake of the climate. The results show in which subarea you can still make progress.

It looks like you already eat in a climate-friendly way. That’s good! If you still want to take part in the climate-friendly food training, you’ll get, among others, new recipes for vegetarian food and ideas for using leftovers.

Food makes up 20% of our climate burden so that eating habits really have an impact. Linda’s training tells you, among others, which food ingredients burden the climate most.

The climate burden ensuing from beef and veal is about four times heavier in comparison to vegetarian food. However, there are differences between meat types: the climate burden of poultry and pork meat is more than half as small as the climate burden of beef. Try out whether you can find a tasty alternative to meat and save the meat courses for celebrations.

You live in an energy-efficiently manner. Well done! If you take part in Leo’s training, you’ll get more new tips and ideas for energy efficiency at your home. Like this for instance: “Pedal away on an exercise bike inside or do some intensive training for muscular endurance – your body temperature warms both internally and externally.”

Change over to renewable energy, changing your electricity contract is easy and you’ll create a huge emissions reduction in a flash. In Leo’s training you’ll receive more energy efficiency tips and new ideas.

Now it’s time for Leo’s training! Did you know for example that you can make a positive impact on living comfort and your health by lowering the house temperature to 22 degrees?

If you haven’t switched over to renewable energy yet, the change would bring a massive emission reduction in the blink of an eye.

All goes well, just continue in the same way. Joosua’s training provides joy and excitement even for a rainy day. It’s really worth trying!

You’ll get a chance to achieve real results by training your mobility – for you and the climate!

There is a lot to be improved in your mobility habits. Joosua’s inspiring tips and videos help you find new ways and reasons to get about without car: if you are physically active in your daily life and don’t use your car for all daily trips, the risk of getting type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and high blood pressure will decrease but your condition will increase and your mood will lift.

If you can’t give up driving, learn an economic way of driving a car. It will help improve road safety and will even save 15% of fuel.

Think twice what you buy. You find far-reaching solutions and don’t relapse and buy products with a short lifecycle. If you think that you could live even more ecologically, please participate in Riikka’s training.

Have you ever heard of eco-laziness? Take part in training and learn how to be an eco-lazy person – your wallet and the climate will thank you.

Perhaps you like shopping? Come and join the training; you’ll learn how to be a responsible consumer and you’ll feel much better for it. If you really get enthusiastic about this, you might discover that you have found a new hobby: eco-laziness.

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