With more than a billion participants, Earth Day is one of the world’s largest international events. Earth Day unites people from all different cultures through hundreds of worldwide events and activities for a single, crucial cause: the welfare of this amazing celestial body we call home.
But, the most influential positive movements also can be driven by making small, everyday changes. You can do a lot of good for Earth with a little help from your Android phone. Surprised? Take a look at these Earth-saving Android apps…
I don’t know about you but I hate junk mail. Not only is it a big annoyance it’s also a huge waste of paper. It’s now time to take back control! With the PaperKarma app, you simply take a picture of your junk mail, tap Unsubscribe and – voila! – PaperKarma will identify and eliminate it from your mailbox.
Enjoy seafood? Enjoy having oceans that are clean and full of life? Use Seafood Watch to help source sustainable fish in your area. The app also gives you access to conservation reports and news so you can always be in-the-know about your tasty seafood meals.
Think about how many mobile phones there are in the world and how many are being charged right now…that’s a lot of power! There are lots of Android apps that help you better manage your phone’s battery life, but Eco Charger also tracks the actual voltage used. It will prompt you when your device is fully charged, so you don’t leave it plugged in longer than you need. Happy battery, happy phone, happy planet.
Recycling isn’t just about sorting your garbage. It’s about being creative, sharing ideas and getting the most out of old items you might not use anymore. One more useful addition to our list of Android apps: DIY Recycled Crafts lets people share their ideas and creations. Keep yourself inspired and have fun doing something positive for the planet.
Changers CO2 Fit helps you save money, burn calories and track how much CO2 you’ve saved by modifying your daily commutes. You can share your progress with friends and even set up company initiatives, so you and your colleagues can make progress together, and maybe get some extra rewards, too!
What everyday things do you do that help our planet?