Collective Impact Zone

This is the place to check-in on how Vermontivators are doing as a community. 

Vermontidata  

These are basic real-time stats like:

  • Number of players
  • Number of teams
  • Total number of challenges played

Measurable Achievements

Vermont has some big goals related to climate change and sustainability, like:

  • Achieving 90% renewable energy by 2050
  • Increasing the amount of locally grown food by 10%
  • Keeping all food and recyclables out of the solid waste stream

Here are some of the things players tackled in Act 3.

Collective Goals

Energy

Crack your home's solar energy puzzle.

Why I chose this goal: I choosed solar energy because we have a feild which gets alot of sun each day and will support our new house with clean energy andwhen the power...

Final Report: information for other pepole is solar is the cleanest power there is and if you buy solar you will save energy alot more than you think and...

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Crack your home's heating cost puzzle.

Why I chose this goal: Since I don't think my home is in a good position for reaping the benefits of solar panels, I am opting to go the heating cost route.  I think there...

Final Report: Think about what it took to crack your home heating code. What made it easy? Hard?Think about what you learned.. Did anything surprise you? Is...

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Invent your own energy goal!

Why I chose this goal: We've cracked our home's solar energy puzzle and our home's heating cost puzzle.  However, there is one more challenge that I have been mulling for...

Final Report: Warren has read all of the instructions and understands them perfectly.  I'd like to be able to upload a picture of our completed power-...

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Food

Compost all your food waste for a week.

Why I chose this goal: I already do this--I compost the food I don't eat everyday. But I will try to eat all of my food so I have less compost. Compost is good for the...

Final Report: I worked hard to clean up all of the food on my plate so there is less compost. It is hard to eat all of my lunch at school because I want to...

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Eat 10% local food for a week.

Why I chose this goal: This time of year I grow a lot of my own food!  

Final Report: test

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Invent your own food goal!

Why I chose this goal: I've chosen this goal because I feel I just have to eat when I'm out if I get hungry and if I haven't brought something along I end up eating things...

Final Report: YES, YES, yesss

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Transportation

Take a drive in an Electric Vehicle.

Why I chose this goal: I've never driven an electric car but have always been intrigued as to what it would be like!

Final Report: Our team is fortunate that we have a co-worker who drives a Prius, and he let us take it out for a spin so we each got a chance to drive it! We...

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Reduce your fossil-fueled transportation by 50% for a week.

Why I chose this goal: This is a hard challenge since I don't go out in my car very often......maybe once a week, except for when I visit members of my family once a month...

Final Report: For the second week I made one 60-mile round trip.  That was 40% less than my trip the week before; and, this time, I had a passenger going the...

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Invent your own transportation goal!

Why I chose this goal: This is a real world goal, if we can change what we are already doing then that would reflect real change.

Final Report: We have busy schedule and three of our own children to transport here there and everywhere.  My challenge was to get them there and do all that...

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Team-Building

Help your team with its goal

Why I chose this goal: I'm going to help my team win vermontivate 

Final Report: We keep pushing and we ended up in first place

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