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Google's 'Your Plan, Your Planet' Game Encourages Users to Make Eco-Friendly Fashion Pledges


In honor of Earth Day this year, Google wants you to pledge to lower your environmental impact and support a circular economy — but to have fun with it. To help users do that, Google made an important addition to "Your Plan, Your Planet," an interactive tool that the tech company first rolled out in September 2018. The digital tool walks users through the idea of a circular economy, provides tips on extending the life of your stuff, and suggests innovative and simple ways to reduce your footprint. 

Previously, Your Plan, Your Planet featured three pillars: water, food, and energy. But in honor of Earth Day, Google, along with its partners the California Academy of Sciences and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, added a fourth pillar: stuff. The stuff pillar focuses on a slew of things people use day-to-day — primarily clothing, but also other things like household items, electronic tools, furniture, toys, single-use plastics, and more. You can explore the new pillar for yourself by visiting yourplanyourplanet.sustainability.google.