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What if I want to recycle an old mobile phone?
What if I have just switched houses and I have generated a lot of cardboard boxes and plastic wrappings that I need to dispose of?
Today I feel like eating a bit healthier. I could even cook myself.
Where would I look for information?
There is too much information online. It would really be helpful to have a tool where I can find all this information in one place.
That’s how the idea of ecolog was born.
And to deconstruct the idea of the application, it was obvious that it is impossible to do so without help. That’s where the ecolog community steps in. There are maybe tens, hundreds of millions of people that care about the environment and want to do better. Some of them, real heroes, do it anyways.
The Atlas of ecology aims to make it much easier for everybody to be able to contribute and in the end, make a difference.
Join us in our mission and be a hero yourself!
After we defined how the atlas will work, we then realized that to successfully use it, people needed basic information on what is happening and what can be done.
How can we fight the ecological breakdown if people don’t know or don’t believe that it is happening?
Fortunately, today more and more people are aware that something wrong is happening. Many of them would like to act, yet they don’t really know how.
Thus, our intention is to gather quality information that will help everyone understand what it is that we are dealing with and how we can act.
We know the problem; we have the scientific conclusions. Now, how exactly can we act?
There are so many ways to bring positive action in our daily life. The great thing about ecolog is that it gives you the freedom to do exactly what you want. We agree that we all should do everything in our power to live as sustainably as possible.
Realistically speaking, we can’t force people to become vegans.
We can’t impose bikes to all drivers and we don’t want to force people to recycle.
We just want to show alternatives that people are actually looking forward to embracing. Like volunteering for a reforestation event. Or instead of a festival, maybe a relaxing hiking day.
It’s up to you. We just provide options.