What would the Pokémon GO of sustainability look like?

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What would the Pokémon GO of sustainability look like?

Love it or hate it, the addictive mobile game shows how tech can be a powerful agent of behavior change

You can find them just about anywhere — stampeding in New York's Central Park, taking over towns near North Korea and braving minefields in Bosnia: Pokémon GO users trying to catch 'em all. For those...

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