Parker Wildman

Fantastic No Plastics

"I'm looking forward to helping our ecosystem grow the way it naturally should "

Points Total

  • 30 Today
  • 30 This Week
  • 722 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
  • up to
    spent exercising
  • up to
    spent learning
  • up to
    meatless or vegan meals


Electricity Generation

Inconvenient truth

Watch the documentary called the inconvenient truth a talk about it

One-Time Challenge

Electricity Generation

Watch a Video about Methane Digesters

#30 Methane Digesters (large), #64 Methane Digesters (small)

I will watch a video about methane digesters (also commonly known as anaerobic digesters).

One-Time Challenge

Action Track: Social Justice

Improve a Bus Stop

#37 Mass Transit

I will improve a bus stop in my neighborhood by posting the stop schedule, adding seating or shelter, adding art or flowers, picking up litter, or implementing some other small improvement.

One-Time Challenge

Buildings and Cities

Go for a Daily Walk

#54 Walkable Cities

I will take a walk for 15 minutes each day and take note of the infrastructure that makes walking more or less enjoyable, accessible, and possible.



Reduce Animal Products

#4 Plant-Rich Diet

I will enjoy 2 meatless or vegan meal(s) each day of the challenge.


Electricity Generation

turn off lights when leaving a room

try not to leave the lights on when I am leaving a room in my house



Ride bikes instead of drive

I ride my bike to school so I don't use gas which pollutes the world.



Use Muscle Power

#49 Cars

I will cut my car trip mileage by only taking necessary trips, and I will only use muscle-powered transportation for all other trips.



  • Parker Wildman 1/16/2020 3:45 PM
    Hi guys I found this cool video on Methane digesters its cool and weird so you should watch it 

    • River Stewart 1/16/2020 9:28 PM
      This was the video I watched.

    • River Stewart 1/16/2020 9:26 PM
      Thanks, Parker! I watched a different video but this one is more informational.

    • Sky Stewart 1/16/2020 9:19 PM
      Thanks for posting Parker! Learning about methane digesters is one of my one-time challenges I still need to do.  I'll check out your link!

    • Allison Wildman 1/16/2020 6:59 PM
      This video is way better than the one I watched! They make farm life look pretty sweet. except for all the poo
  • Reflection Question
    Electricity Generation Watch a Video about Methane Digesters
    What does your vision of a sustainable community look like? What would need to be changed in order for such vision to become reality?

    Parker Wildman 1/09/2020 8:09 PM
    A sustainable community to me is somewhere that is happy, kind, and feels safe. Also, people communicate with each other to work out problems.   
  • Reflection Question
    Action Track: Social Justice Improve a Bus Stop
    How can you advocate for transportation systems which minimize environmental impact while also meeting human needs?

    Parker Wildman 1/05/2020 9:22 PM
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    • Erin M 1/06/2020 5:11 PM
      HA! Love you Parker! 

    • Parker Wildman 1/05/2020 9:32 PM
      sorry that was an accident I meant to say....

      I can advocate for transportation systems by using it whenever I can instead of riding in a car. I can also suggest it to other people.
  • Reflection Question
    Buildings and Cities Go for a Daily Walk
    What have you noticed on your daily walks? What have you enjoyed? What infrastructure changes could make your walks more enjoyable or possible?

    Parker Wildman 1/05/2020 9:19 PM
    On my walks, I have noticed that most of the sidewalks are pretty big especially the ones in Santa Barbra CA. They are so big that you could fit two wheelchairs side by side and still have room for people to walk. I enjoy those big sidewalks! In some places, there are loose bricks that people could trip on so maybe pushing those back into place could be helpful:) 
  • Reflection Question
    Food Reduce Animal Products
    Why do people in richer countries eat more meat than people in other places? How does eating more meat affect our bodies, our planet, and other people?

    Parker Wildman 1/05/2020 12:38 PM
    Here in America, it is easier to get meat because we are considered a rich country. In the US there are farms where animals are raised and then slaughtered. Which makes it more available to people in the United States. but animal farms contribute to global warming by 14-18%. Also, the amount of wastewater coming out of animal fams is a lot. the wastewater can affect other people because it can get into your drinking water and get you sick. meat can also trigger bacteria inside the gut which could increase the risk of having a cardiovascular disease. 
  • Reflection Question
    Transport Use Muscle Power
    How do your transportation choices affect your engagement in your community? Does your experience or enjoyment differ while walking, riding transit, biking or driving?

    Parker Wildman 12/15/2019 6:39 PM
    I get to spend more time with my friend because I ride my bike to school and i see a lot more people on my way than I do in the car.