The University of Exeter has launched a new scheme to reward staff and students for taking climate action.
An online platform and app will allow users to record sustainable and ‘wellbeing’ actions in order to earn ‘green points’.
Those with the most ‘green points’ every month will be in with a chance to win shopping vouchers.
The programme follows a trial, in which around 260 users took part engaging in more than 7,000 sustainable actions.
Dr Emma Page, Head of Environment and Climate Emergency at the University of Exeter, said: “The Green Rewards platform will significantly help us understand how our actions deliver carbon savings and also bring about positive change.”
The university declared a climate emergency last year and has set out a goal to become carbon-neutral for Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2040.