Because good planets are hard to find. And we want to do our bit for this one.
How it works
We collect environmental ratings of brands and companies into our BadBuster database. We don’t rate brands or companies ourselves. By installing BadBuster, all brand names and company names (in our ever-growing database) in web text will be tagged with a color and an environmental score. The color and the score tells you how environmentally responsible the brand or the company is. If you pause the cursor above the name, a bubble will show further info. And from the bubble you’re a click away from the homepage where you can find out more about the company, how it compares to others in the same industry, and what its environmental polices are.
The bad guys can run, but they can’t hide. And at the same time, companies that are environmentally friendly will be immediately recognizable. No longer does one have to burrow through loads of environmental info to find out if companies are acting responsibly, or not, for the environment. It’s all there on the web page at all times. We hope that BadBuster will raise awareness about brands and companies. But in the long run we also hope BadBuster will encourage companies to improve their environmental standards.
There is no excuse for it but even in today, when we know all of the negative effects on our planet some companies do not take steps to ensure they are environmentally friendly at all. Some companies do not consider the environment when making decisions on packaging or production. Some businesses do not even offer the employees a recycling can to throw out recyclable materials.
At the same time, I’ve got to unload some of my pent up, overly sensitive opinions on life, politics and commerce. Not a bad combination – basically the cultural environment / opinions of an aging man. I really hate the aging part. And since this anti-aging kick is one of my passions (who wants to get old?) I’m always interested in finding new info on bioidentical testosterone, or anything related to natural male hormone. Hormone replacement, anyone? Some days I’m very eager to try it, especially when I’m up 7 times last night to pee, or when I’m considering Viagra or Cialis – somehow testosterone seems like a better vet, AND it doesn’t benefit big pharma… or does it?…
The Public Beta
This is a beta and we’re working day and night to make it harder, better, faster, and stronger. The website and the plugin is being developed by the nice guys at Awave, www.awave.se .
For more details read the FAQ
If you want to get in touch – contact us at [email protected]
The BadBuster Team