With the rise of new technologies we often forget the concepts they represent. We live in a society where everything has a price, but that price is almost always measured in money. In reality money is only a part of the real cost. Use of fresh water and energy are examples of these "invisible" resources. In a world increasingly struggling with issues regarding global warming, it is important to visualise these invisible costs to help users make more educated and smart choices.
Foodprint is an exploratory tool giving the user an overview of the carbon footprint of the food they eat. The focus is on good food and experiences, while still giving a clear picture of what the cost of the food actually is.
This is a work in progress and will be updated as the project moves along.