This app reveals how environmentally friendly your spending habits really are
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Swedish scientist David Anderson created web-service ‘Svalna’ to track the environmental impact of your spending habits.
Svalna uses your transaction data to analyse the ‘energy-per-krona’ for your shopping behaviour.
The service aims to help you identify how and where you can decrease your environmental impact.
The site ‘Svalna’ wants to help you keep track of how much your shopping happiness costs the earth. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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