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Carbon-tracking app helps schools and businesses reduce their emissions

IMAGE ID: A parent and their child sit at a desk together with a laptop in front of them. End image ID. Source: ClimateClever

CEO of eco-start-up ClimateClever Dr Vanessa Rauland speaks to Panorama on the way their new app is helping Australians track their environmental impacts. The app has been introduced to many Australian schools to provide kids with an interactive method of reducing their carbon emissions. 

Laura Green reports.

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Dr Vanessa Rauland

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Laura Green

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