Sustainy Organization and App Models

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Sustainy Organization and App Models by Mind Map: Sustainy Organization and App Models

1. Appendix

1.1. Links to Documents

1.1.1. Introduction to Sustainy

1.1.2. Mission platform:

1.1.3. Comparing blockchain platforms and options

1.1.4. Sustainy bibliography:


1.2. Concepts

1.2.1. Sustainy Credits: People earn or buy Sustainy credits, credits in savings act as investments into the app development and fund incentives for contributing data or value to the organization.

1.2.2. Crowdsourced business and web app development platform Users of the app are also share holders, they can earn more shares of the sustainable consumer alliance organization by adding accurate and verified data to the wiki-database. Users can add and vote on feature and function plugins to improve the web app technology.

1.3. Suggestions

2. Sustainy App Interfaces and Systems

2.1. Main front end: Enter app or website screen and choose from the following options, after login:

2.1.1. Play now: Browse food scores and Input food consumed into your account. See scores for consuming that food type. Integrates with simulation function. Earth and environment health grade: How healthy is it for the Earth to consume. Body health grade: How healthy is it for human bodies to consume. Society health grade: How healthy is it for society to consume the product. See preview of how consuming it may affect your scores. Enter food consumed and choose the category it fits into. Do the verified consumption path, by sending your digital receipt (or some form of verifiable information) from the grocery trip to the app.

2.1.2. Profile page Simulation: Review your personalized simulation of the world you are creating with your consumption choices. There could be many types of information here about your simulated world. The simulation could simulate all sorts of data like data about the environment, economy, climate, society, happiness index, and social progress index indicators. See Health scores for the natural environment, ecosystems, and Earth. See projected changes in health score of society See forecasted changes in the health scores of the user's own body based on their consumption behaviors See simulations of consumption behaviors of people who have a sustainable forecasted world. comprehensive model for personal socio-ecological impact - Google Search ( Social ecological model - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ( Check your grade, score, and your rank and see how you rank and compare with people like you Climate health score for the person, Badges/achievements section. Interface for creating and adding badges by trusted partners to the system with custom triggers, like boost in scores. achievment badges: Learn from Stack overflow badge system Look at badges from Oroeco web app

2.1.3. Survey of consumption Diet survey - User fills our 10 minute survey of their consumption habits. Afterwards they get a comprehensive model of their impacts on socio-ecological systems.

2.1.4. add data to the system Users' can do research on a product and submit data to be reviewed by trusted users. To become a trusted user that can add trusted accurate data, a user must have their submissions reviewed and scored for accuracy. They earn a badge for becoming trusted data contributors. 90 % accuracy of at least 10 submissions earns trusted status. Food producers can request to have their products' life cycle analyzed. Users can perform analysis and earn shares in the organization and badges and perks. Crowdsource the information about what is the ideal consumer resource consumption. Jon Bean, [23.10.16 17:08] The inforomation of the products is ideally provided by a crowdfunded process where information gathering missions is incentivized by the crowd. Jon Bean, [23.10.16 17:09] But initially the producers can provide the information until it is verified. Companies can add data about their products in a separate data set that must be verified. This makes the data grow more quickly. Content creators own data and earn scredits when people consume the data, like when they use it to make a decision.

2.1.5. Play in practice mode. Simulate and plan your next shopping trip, and get a practice score. A form is filled out to determine preferences and values in order to make suggestions Plant based Animal based Export your simulated shopping trip into a shopping list and shopping guide.

2.2. More Attributes of App

2.2.1. App can be accessed by desktops and mobile devices

2.3. Scredit digital currency system

2.3.1. Scredits are a cryptocurrency using blockchain technology used to exchange value between people producing and consuming data added to the app and to exchange for sustainable products and services.

2.3.2. More information here View link

2.4. Second Frontend can be on any ecommerce website as a widget.

2.4.1. Mouse over hover over a link to a product in a online store, a box pops up with the scores for that food, as well as how buying it will change your score.

2.4.2. Integrates automatically into every online marketplace the user visits.

2.5. Back-end systems: Databases, scoring, APIs

2.5.1. Scoring system Leagues for each range of scores. Starter league, scores 0 to 50 Score 100 means you are a sustainable consumer, defined as the average consumer of a sustainable world, if everyone consumed like them the Earth and Society would be sustained indefinitely.

2.5.2. Databases to use for scoring system. Link Cycle database on socrata For the methodology For the database How "how good" app gets data: Where we get our information from: We’re picky about where we source our information. While no stone is left unturned, we’ll test and analyze every piece of information to make sure it’s both accurate and relevant. It’s a long, complex process – but we wouldn’t have it any other way. Ingredient Sources: Professors, growers and manufacturers with ingredient-specific knowledge USDA documents FDA documents Agricultural organization recommendations Periodicals Company Sources: Company annual reports Industry publications Official labor union publications Watchdog organizations (with sufficient evidence of their claims) Legal records Government publications and data SEC records See the social progress index of the world you are creating. Open Food Facts - United Kingdom Discover Open Food Facts is a food products database made by everyone, for everyone. You can use it to make better food choices, and as it is open data, anyone can re-use it for any purpose. - Use buycott data and api to score foods.

2.5.3. Potential partners and API's Open Label We could use their data to add information to the food scores. They crowdsource the data for each product. Buycott Helps users support companies that share their values and avoid companies that violate their values. Oroeco Uses transaction data and catagories form Mint personal finance web service to calulate user's carbon footprint. Uses game elements like scores and leaderboards. Lacks sufficient social networking features. MyFitnessPal How Good They have experts rate how good products are on a 3 point scale. Ohmygoodness - They have accumulated a lot of data. CrowdBucks Ethereum

3. Organizational Structure and Processes

3.1. Functions we need from a platform for Sustainy Cooperative.

3.1.1. When people buy a bundle of products or elements, their payments can be distributed to all the contributors and producers, one may be given options to choose how funds are distributed based upon which products they value most.

3.1.2. Missions: cooperative can define missions to serve the ulitimate mission of the cooperative Missions are crowdfunded competitions, winner earns the prizes provided by members and customers. Organization is governed by the collective. Decisions the cooperative makes will be sourced from member owners in a democratic way. This will be accomplished through DAO platforms, like Ethereum and Wings. Missions produce products or elements of products, people pay to the owners of the achievement tokens. Achievement Tokens: People can earn tokens for completing or contributing to missions. Tokens are like shares of stock. Token holders earn the rewards from their contributions. They can also sell their tokens. Tokens are a form of rights to their work.

3.1.3. Governance Organize organization as cooperative. The customers, producers, and prosumers own the cooperative and the value the cooperative earns. They have rights to the profits and the governance and decision making. Voters can give there votes to designated person or automated voting program.

3.1.4. Overall public benefit mission Cooperative ownership and governance of platform organization Delagate your voting power Earn voting power Earn decision power based on sustainable consumption scores. Tokens trading for positive and negative impacts of behaviors.

3.1.5. verified member identities one of the ethereum dapps are doing that somehow.

3.2. We will use Blockchain platforms and technologies and/or build our own.

3.2.1. Social Progress Platform: (—Autonomous— —Decentralized— —Cooperatively Owned and Governed—) —Platform— for organizing and executing social progress organizations and their missions and collective actions.

3.2.2. Use Freedom Coop to organize our cooperative missions, and to organize our legal structure. FreedomCoop (

3.2.3. Here is our document for comparing blockchain platforms and options