Integrating Sustainability into Technological Innovation: Handprint and Google Forms Join Forces
In a world where our interactions are increasingly mediated by technology, simple yet ubiquitous processes can be an often overlooked goldmine for regenerative sustainability action.
That’s why the story of the Pratt & Whitney Singapore Invention Convention stands as a brilliant example of regenerative sustainability integration.
It shows how a simple idea can turn into an impactful reality for the planet, turning an ordinary process into a catalyst for extraordinary results.
At the heart of this success is the collaboration between Handprint and Google Forms, where efficiency meets environmental stewardship, and where every event attendee becomes a catalyst for positive change.
Planting a Tree, One Form at a Time
Google Forms is the world’s go-to for guest and event management. What if there was a way to elevate these mere forms into agents of environmental good?
Enter Handprint – a seamless conduit for enterprises to integrate positive impact into existing systems and frameworks.
The Pratt & Whitney Singapore Invention Convention recognized the potential and seized the opportunity, birthing a partnership that would redefine the power of simple actions by arranging for a tree to be planted for every attendee that signs up via Google Forms.
A Symbiotic Integration Using Handprint’s API
With Handprint’s API woven into a function, a single question – asking for the attendee’s name – became the gateway to planet positivity.
As someone registers for the convention, almost as if by magic, a sapling is nestled into the earth in their name, creating ripple effects of positive change for the planet.
Steps to Integration
Curious to integrate change into your system?
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how the Pratt & Whitney Singapore Invention Convention integrated the Handprint API into their event using Google Forms:
- Create a Google Form and add a question asking for the attendee’s name.
- Visit the Handprint API documentation and create a project.
- Copy the Handprint API key.
- In the Google Form Script Editor, create a function that will plant a tree when a new form submission is received.
- In the function, use the Handprint API key to plant a tree in the attendee’s name.
- Set the function to automatically trigger on every form submission.
Register and Reap the Planetary Rewards
As the Pratt & Whitney Singapore Invention Convention gears up for its grand annual celebration of invention and innovation, attendees now find themselves entwined in a narrative of regeneration, with every click representing a seed of hope and healing for a better future.
In a world teeming with technology, this single, simple partnership has successfully woven nature into the fabric of innovation. At Handprint, we are confident that this is just the beginning of a domino effect of changes that await us in the infinite number of planet-positive integrations we can make!
Are you looking to integrate positive impact in any existing process or technology? Let’s talk!