These Eco-Friendly Apps Will Help the Planet One Click at a Time
The inspiring annual Earth Day movement, which is now entering its 46th year, is something each and every one of us can get involved in. Sure, it might not be feasible to skip work and assist to plant one of the 7.8 billion trees that the organisers aim plant by 2020, but it’s simple and easy to play a small part and make an impact. And you can even do it right from your phone (no excuses!). We’ve curated some of best eco-friendly apps that will help you shop more ethically, make conscious sustainable lifestyle choices, and discover brands that have a positive impact on the planet. Scroll down and download the apps that Mother Nature will thank you for.
This apps helps you choose fashion brands that have a positive impact on people, the planet, and animals—and on the contrary, avoid brands that don’t align with environmentally friendly values.
Find out the low-down on the environmental and social record of companies behind common brands you buy in Australian supermarkets, making more informed ethical decisions about the brands you shops with.
A little goes a long way—make sustainable lifestyle choices by following simple tips to build green living habits into your daily routine through customisable reminders such as switching to cloth napkins, using a drying rack, and using reusable bags.
This app is an independent guide to help you make an ocean-friendly choice about the seafood you eat, showing you the sustainability of over 90 different types of seafood including wild caught fisheries, fish farms and imported species.
Find out how free range eggs really are with the CluckAR augmented reality app from consumer group CHOICE, just point your iPhone at the top of an egg carton and see for yourself.
Developed by two teenagers from Melbourne, this app is an eco-themed game that shows children the benefit of reducing their 'Smog' carbon footprint and inspires young people to care for our fragile eco system.
Developed by 11-year-old Hamish Finlayson from Townsville, this iPad game lets you collect rubbish to keep everywhere beautiful, navigate harmful landfill terrain before helping Triple T The Turtle avoid marine debris and ghost nets, and enables donations to save turtles and protect oceans from the harm litter causes.