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This bracelet tracks the carbon footprint of the wearer

This bracelet tracks the carbon footprint of the wearer

To encourage user participation, friends have the option of competing with each other to see who makes the least environmental impact.

The device would be made from recycled e-waste, have an energy-efficient display, and use a charger that is 60% more efficient than devices that use wireless chargers.

The concept and design idea came from a collaboration between Benjamin Hubert, designer of the Layer Design agency, and the Carbon Trust organization, both based in the UK.

"We desperately need a platform that helps the world understand what the personal carbon footprint is and why it should be decreasing," Hubert said.

Worldbeing is in the concept stage and its developers are asking for support through a Thunderclap campaign.

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