GSP Audit@Home: Energy Managers
|WHAT IS GSP AUDIT@HOME: ENERGY MANAGERS
Did you know that globally, for every unit of power consumed (measured in kiloWatt-hour or kWh), 800 gram to 1 kg of carbon dioxide CO2 gets released into the atmosphere? For example, if the monthly consumption of your household is 450 units of electricity, this can add up to 450 kg of CO2 emissions – that is a lot of carbon emissions which you are throwing out into the environment.Now imagine that your house is operating completely on solar energy: you would save over 5,000 kg of carbon emissions in a year!
GSP Audit@Home: Energy Managers is a quick online survey to rate your energy practices and adopt greener ones, let us learn to manage our household resources efficiently by answering questions that make us think about our consumption patterns and practices with respect to energy and improve our household practices
Participation in the survey is free. Ideally, it can be taken by students of Grades 5 to 10, but other students are also welcome to participate. It takes 5 to 7 days to observe the household practices and answer the questions. You can take help of your teachers or family members in completing the survey.
All the participants who successfully submit the survey will be provided with personalised scorecards – a detailed report that tells how environmentally-sustainable your waste management practices are and how those can be improved!
Step 1: Log in using the same login details that you used for Audit@Home launched earlier in 2020 here: https://greenschoolsprogramme.org/audit/Audit@Home/
Step 2: Fill out your general details. Then, read the steps to take the survey carefully and proceed with the Audit@Home sections. Ensure that no question is left unanswered. You can only move to the next section if all the questions are answered.
Should the students, parents, teachers, and school have any queries and comments, please feel free to write to us at [email protected]
The GSP Audit@Home is part of the series of online initiatives launched for the continuation of environment education over the past months. These initiatives have been embraced wholeheartedly by thousands of students across India. To know more, click here.