Carbonrally makes reducing your carbon footprint a competition.
<strong>Let's face it</strong>, even when we recycle, we're nagged by a feeling that our actions, so small in the scheme of things, will do little to curb global warming. Enter the website <strong>Carbonrally</strong>, which aims to inject some competition into CO2 reduction. The site hosts weekly "challenges"-like replacing three household light bulbs with CFLs or topping off your tires-in which teams or individuals vie for prizes and "greener-than-thou" bragging rights. Two departments at Google recently battled in a Carbonrally face-off, while a high school in New Jersey started a Gossip Girl-esque commentary on the competition. The site's founder, Jason Karas, says the point is to get whole communities involved, by whatever means necessary: "For some it's getting together to support a cause. For others, it's a race."<strong>LEARN MORE</strong><a href="http://carbonrally.com">carbonrally.com</a>
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