I hope you've all taken the chance to read our new series Sustained Effort - if you haven't yet, take some time to skim through it and find some case studies that relate to sustainability in your own conservation tech work!
A recurring theme throughout the series is the idea of challenging ourselves to make our work 10% more sustainable through little steps. So in this thread, let's brainstorm the small, practical changes we could make to be 10% better.
So wildlabbers, what are the SMALLEST things you could change or do differently in your own work right now that would make your projects more sustainable? If 10% seems intimidating, start even smaller - even if it just means switching to a different type of batteries or recycling one piece of old equipment. Every little bit counts!
Share your ideas here, and if you make real changes to your work, please post and let us see the results!!