Who adopted the desired behaviors and to what degree?:
We’ve had over 100,000 users in over 170 countries with a wide range of demographic profiles. While we give users a wide range of potential climate actions (>50), among the top climate behavior changes that users report are recycling, reusing bags, turning off lights when leaving the room, eating less red meat, reducing food waste, washing laundry in cold water, bringing reusable dishes, installing efficient lighting, composting, shopping less, buying vintage, biking, public transportation, hang drying laundry, taking shorter showers, flying less / stay-cations, and adjusting thermostats.
How did you impact natural resource use and greenhouse gas emissions?:
Based on our user climate action data, Oroeco users have reduced over 90 million kg of CO2e while simultaneously saving over $20 million USD and earning virtual currency, points, prizes, and other rewards.
What were some of the resulting co-benefits?:
Co-benefits include climate literacy about which personal solutions are more important, health improvements from better diet and exercise, financial savings, social status, virtual prizes and rewards, real-world prizes, improvements in water, food, biodiversity, and other pollution
reductions that come from more efficient consumption, as well as health, education, security, biodiversity, and sustainable development projects from clean cookstove projects.