Earth Day Quiz: What’s Your Climate Superpower?

Marley Flueger

Earth Day celebrates the big, beautiful planet we call home. Every year, millions of people around the world come together to advocate for important environmental issues. Now more than ever, the climate crisis is front and center. 

We all have a role to play to reverse climate change 

We can’t reverse the climate crisis without major policy change and infrastructure investments. But consumer activity directly influences 65% of greenhouse gas emissions – so, changing our personal infrastructure matters, too. 

Everything we buy requires energy to produce, transport, and dispose of. That means, inside out spending habits lie secret weapons to create a greener world. Whether you’re grabbing take-out, revamping your wardrobe, or paying your energy bill, these choices can help shape the world you want to see. 

Wanting to live more sustainably is one thing. Actually doing it is another. We don’t have carbon labels (yet!) like we have nutrition labels and price tags – so it’s hard to understand the environmental impact of our choices. And so much needs to change, it can seem impossible to get started

Climate change is an existential crisis, and many of us feel powerless to make a difference. It’s no wonder nearly two-thirds of Americans say they experience some form of climate anxiety. But, as consumers, we’re more powerful than we think. 

Our collective systems are made up of millions of spending choices we make every day. 

And according to the latest IPCC report, these choices can help immensely in reaching global climate targets. In fact, we could reduce global emissions by 40 - 70% by 2050 just by shifting our lifestyles and consumption habits. 

Find your climate action with Joro’s Earth Day quiz 

We can all harness the power of our money to create a sustainable future. But we have different levers for impact. In honor of Earth Day, we’ve created a quiz to uncover your climate superpower. Just answer a few questions, and discover which action you can take to have the biggest impact. 

Most climate guidance is too general – what works for one person might not be realistic or meaningful for someone else. Giving up meat is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. But if you’re already vegan –  or if you’ll never be, it’s not very helpful advice. Instead, your climate superpower might be greening your retirement savings or daily commute. 

At Joro, we know the most sustainable action is the one you’ll actually take. That means examining your lifestyles, your values, and what motivates you or brings you joy. When you do this, you can set achievable goals that harness your unique power to generate collective change. 

We’re powerful together – but we all have a different role to play. Take your next step towards a climate action lifestyle with Joro’s Earth Day Quiz here

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