Get great discounts and prizes when you combat climate change with Green Rewards!

by | 30 November 2021 | Notice, Worksop

Join Green Rewards today and earn great discounts, vouchers and prizes at local businesses and projects in your community for playing your part to combat climate change and achieve net zero!
That’s the message from all nine local Councils in Nottinghamshire who have joined forces with local universities and creator Jump for a trailblazing partnership!
It provides a new Green Rewards app and web platform which means Notts residents can accumulate points and earn the prizes for many activities they do every day at home or out and about that help lower their carbon footprint.
It is part of the Universities for Nottingham civic collaboration which aims to improve the way the universities work with each other and their local partners to help change the lives of local people for the better.
Sign up for free now at or download the Green Rewards app on iOS and Android. Search for ‘Notts; Green Rewards’ in your device’s app store.
In similar fashion to rewards points at retailers, all residents need to do is log their day to day activities that highlight how they are decreasing the amount of carbon they create, such as:
• Walking to work or school instead of taking the car
• Cycling or using public transport
• Putting your recycling bin out with all the correct recyclables
• Switching off a light or switch at home
• Taking a shower of four minutes or less and many, many more!
A full list of how you can redeem points is available on the app or at and when you accumulate sufficient points you can then earn the discounts, vouchers and prizes.
Councillor Mike Adams, Environment Ambassador for Nottinghamshire County Council ,said:” This is a really exciting project. It’s fantastic that Notts is leading the way. This scheme offers further incentives for us all to lower our carbon footprint.
“The more we can do individually and / or with our households, even the small things, all add up to reduce the impact we have on our environment.
“The County Council is committed to delivering on our promise to be carbon neutral by 2030. The year 2030 might seem a long way off, but we are putting in place the building blocks now to make sure we hit our carbon emissions target. Carbon neutrality is an opportunity we can’t miss – and we won’t.”