Ducky’s Change endpoints serve customised tips to users on how to lower their climate footprints based on their personal habits and other data.
The Change endpoint outputs tips to actions an individual can take to lower their CO2e footprint. The endpoint takes the user’s personal habits and household data as input and delivers a curated list of environmentally friendly actions. Since the endpoint takes into account the user’s habits, the tips are personalised. For example, if the user eats meat, the endpoint might recommend switching to a vegetarian or vegan diet. But for a user who is already vegan, the endpoint will not serve these tips, and might rather suggest reducing food waste.
As each tip has different costs in terms of money, time and difficulty, the endpoint has functionality to filter tips based on the above criteria. This allows the user to see the tips most relevant to them.
Head to the following articles for more details:
- General change of footprint
- Change footprint for energy
- Change footprint for finance
- Change footprint for food and drink
- Change footprint for goods and services
- Change footprint for transport