Climate Activity

Doconomy’s Climate Activity module provides individuals with a deeper understanding of their own environmental footprint based on lifestyle choices and activities. Developed in partnership with the UNFCCC, Climate Activity adds necessary nuance to transaction calculations, providing insights not only on what individuals consume, but on their lifestyle choices at large. A comprehensive self-assement tool that gives individuals holistic clarity on their total environmental impact.

Key features
  • Interactive Questionnaire: Individuals answer a set of questions about their day-to-day activities, receiving a detailed Climate Profile.
  • Personalized Insights: With the Climate Profile stored client-side (ensuring user data privacy), individuals get tailored feedback (on ways to reduce).
  • Local Adjustments: Reflect real lifestyles in financial metrics. For instance, Climate Activity generates highly accurate CO₂e calculations for grocery shopping through input data such as, vegan diet.
  • Benchmarking Power: With our Benchmark API, individuals can see how their footprint compare to national benchmarks and averages as well as Paris Agreement targets.
Refining our understanding of carbon footprints

Doconomy’s Climate Activity directly enhances climate calculations by providing a practical tool for assessing the environmental impact of various activities. This feature allows users to better understand their carbon footprint, promoting more informed and sustainable choices. By focusing on activity-based impact areas, it simplifies the process of making environmentally conscious decisions.

Developed in partnership with UNFCCC

Working in partnership with the UNFCCC, Doconomy developed the “Lifestyle Calculator” to fill a gap. While there’s been plenty of data to measure the impact of different activities, allowing everyday users to access that data in one place had proven to be challenging.

With a refined methodology, a dynamic range of questions for both quick and granular exploration, double the number of tips and tricks, and a 1.5 degree benchmark, users can now get even greater insight into how to mitigate their impact.

Exposing impact blind spots

With Climate Activity users can start exploring all areas linked to environmental impact. The ability for users to identify what areas represents greatest potential for reduction is essential to long-term reduction.