Challenges in SEE2

Card Image
Reduce the number of yearly flights you make.

Airplanes contribute largely to the emission of CO2. By flying less, you help to reduce the CO2 emission. A small personal step but with a big impact if done by many.

Card Image
Stop taking your car all the time

Passenger cars contributes for more than 60%  to the overall Transportation CO2 emission in the EU. That is a lot. Easy to help here. Simply start reducing the times you take your car. Think first. Can I take my bike, may be have a walk? Share car rides perhaps?

Card Image
Eat less meat

The CO2 footprint of a vegetarian diet is about half that of a meat-lover’s diet. You can reduce your CO2 foodprint by a quarter just by cutting down on red meats such as beef and lamb. It is good for animals too and.... vegetarians live longer!

Card Image
Use less electricity, quick wins

In 2018 global energy-related CO2 emissions reached a historic high of 33.1 Gt. 70% more than in 2010. Of course, wind energy, solar panels, they are all good sources for energy generation today. But is is not enough, reducing is a must and See2 helps you!

Card Image
Use less heating

The conventional way of making our homes warm and habitable is making the planet less so. It is not too difficult to save 700 euros per year by just reducing heating. 
See2 challenges you to do so.

Card Image
Consume less

We are consumers. Life requires consumption. However, when we buy more than we need, can afford, we contribute to killing the planet. See2 helps you to reduce your spendings on consumption every month.

Take action now!

@ Image courtesy Unsplash: Mehdi Sephehri, Balazs Busznyak, Anna Pelzer, Matthew Henry, Mitchel Luo, Maxim Selyuk