f.l.t.r. Shanna de Lang, Bojana Zoranovic, Michael Labory and Carlotta Ligtenstein

“Through the Climars app, we want to use so-called challenges to encourage people to make more sustainable choices,” says Bojana Zoranovic, co-founder of Climars. When downloading the app, the user gets a number of multiple-choice questions about e.g. eating habits, transportation choices, and shopping behavior. Based on these, the app calculates how many planets that person would need to maintain their personal lifestyle. “That’s the starting point for the challenges that help change habits step by step,” Zoranovic explains. Each user starts off with a general challenge that covers a variety of topics. After that, a person can choose what they want to try out.

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