This Earth Day, make an impact that lasts all year.
Our curated list of apps below help you do just this!
Search for good.
Ecosia is like any other search engine, which one major difference: they use their profits to plants trees where they’re needed most. This helps benefit people, the environment and local economies. Your data isn’t sold to advertisers and there are no third party trackers. With servers that run 100% on renewable energy, what’s not to love?
Give clothes a second life.
Did you know? U.S. consumers discard approximately 21 billion pounds of textile waste per year?
You an help offset textile waste with Poshmark when you buy and sell gently used fashion. More than just a shopping destination, Poshmark is a vibrant community powered by millions of Seller Stylists, who not only sell their personal style, but also curate looks for their shoppers, creating the most connected shopping experience in the world.
On this app you can find gently used children’s and women’s clothes. Have some threads that could use a new home? Help them find a new home and a second life with threadUP.
Did you know? In the U.S., food waste is estimated at between 30-40 percent of the food supply.
Meal planning made easy. Use Mealime to create a weekly meal plan that minimizes waste and makes meal planning, grocery shopping, and cooking as simple as getting takeout.
Did you know? The average American consumes more than 700 pounds of paper each year.
GoodNotes transforms your iPad into digital paper. A single place for all your handwritten notes and formerly paper-based information. Enjoy the freedom of handwriting, with the ability to find what you wrote thanks to searchability.
Sick of junk mail? PaperKarma unsubscribes you from countless sources of junk mail including catalogs, flyers, and coupons – real paper mail sent to your home or work.
Switch your billing preference to paperless in the MyVerizon app!
Sign into the MyVerizon App, open the menu and go to “Bill,” Tap “Settings” on the top menu, tap “Manage paper-free billing.”