Act Now

 

The choices we make each day shape the world we live in. Everyone can take small steps to make the world a greener, fairer place, and RESET’s Act Now section is a great place to start.

Giving Old Computers to Young People Is Better for More Than Just the Environment

When office computers become too old, they all too often end up on the scrap heap. The association "Hey, Alter!" gives them to young people instead. This is not only more sustainable, but also an exciting opportunity for digital education.

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Modular and Fairly Produced: How Syllucid Makes USB Cables More Sustainable

Did you know: 1kg of cable releases 3x the volume of CO2 emissions? Syllucid's sustainable and modular USB cables are made from recycled materials, versatile — and built to last.

Why You Need to Charge Your Smartphone All the Time and What It Has to Do With Tracking

Digitalisation not only has a high electricity demand, but also ensures a constantly growing consumption of resources. Here's how changing your phone use can change this.

Save Water: How to Reduce Your Water Footprint

Water is a finite resource, and you probably consume more than you think. Here are the basics you need to know for reducing your water footprint.

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Avoid Returns and Express Deliveries: How to Make Online Shopping More Sustainable

It's never been easier to shop online. But, this convenience is often at the expense of the environment. Is there a sustainable future for online shopping?

The Global Environmental E-Waste Problem: What Can You Do About It?

E-waste is the world's fastest growing waste mountain. But there are ways to stop this development.

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4 Ways to Get Involved With Reset for a Green and Fair Future

We are convinced that a green and fair future is possible! Do you want to get involved with us for a sustainable world?

How to Reduce Your Digital Carbon Footprint

Every single search, every streamed video and every email sent, billions of times over all around the world, it's all part of our daily life by now. But it all adds up to an ever-increasing global demand for electricity, and a large digital carbon footprint too. What can we do to reduce the impact our energy-hungry online lives are having on the planet?

What to do About Cyber Attacks and Disinformation? Digital Tools for Humanitarian Organisations in War and Conflict

Virtual space is now a new frontline in wars. As a result, protecting those who want to help also requires digital responses.