Supported by the UAE governmentWe are here to help you to FIND sustainable and green practices, OPTIMIZE costs and resources, IMPROVE your choices, REDUCE and responsibly DISPOSE of the waste, and WORK on creating together greener community.
Environmentalists around youWe believe in power of community sharing! Help us to spread awareness by sharing sustainable places, products, and initiatives you know and EARN points along the way!
Maitha Al Remeithi524 pointsGreen Ambassador
Jel Mil386 pointsGreen Ambassador
mazen ghasham75 pointsEnvironmentalist
Charlene Nawar38 pointsEnvironmentalist
Najia Qazi25 pointsEnvironmentalist
Shahbano Shahbaz19 points
Luci Fairbrother19 points
Sustainability Tribe17 points
Melissa Paquette15 points
Jo England14 points
One Modern World Dubai13 points
le savon d’lisette13 points
Jaya Thawani13 points
Revolution Real13 points
Araceli Gallego13 points
Annie Dancey12 points
Rodica Cozmolici12 points
Namrata Budhraja12 points
Omar Saadawi12 points
How does it work?Green Footprint is a crowd-sourcing platform for recognizing, supporting, and growing sustainable practices and initiatives. Together Towards Greener Future
Find, reduce, optimize
FIND Sustainable Practices, Places, Products and Services. OPTIMIZE resources and costs. IMPROVE your household practices and OPT for greener options.
GreenFootprint has a goal to create better living for us and the generations to come. We promote healthy, sustainable, economical, and ecological choices.
Get engaged and spread awareness
Step 1. Open your account, upload your photos, share about your practices. Start earning points and become our GREEN AMBASSADOR.
Step 2. Spread the message by creating Listings about your garage sale, workshops and classes you do, or your favorite eco-brands and places. We invite communities to share and evolve.
Step 3. Your opinion matters- Post your comments, questions, ratings.
Collaborate with us
Our goal is to close the loop and bring government, industries and consumers together in creating positive impacts.
We support local, small and medium businesses, woman owned, innovations that bring added value to the society and the environment. Our only condition is that it fits into our criteria (minimum of 3).
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