But I confess I was mostly disappointed.
The one thing that was kind of a pleasant surprise was that they did ask about your meat-eating habits when calculating your Green IQ, which so many eco-folks don't really want to talk about.
But the rest of it was the usual stuff: how much do you drive, how much do you spend on utilities, which of about 15 actions do you take to reduce your carbon footprint to reduce your environmental impact.
But the worst part is that after you give your email to get your score (something I am typically loathe to do) you get a score, and then they suggest a bunch of partners from whom you can buy stuff to improve your score.
Hey I don't mind them having partners and sponsors, but I found that in your face approach (first step to improve is buy stuff, ah, yeah, you can get other tips and ideas if you're willing to click around a bit) obnoxious.
Is it just me? Am I just cranky this morning?