So far this year I have activated 45 times. Fortunately, there are many summits in my area. Nevertheless, every time I drove 40km up to 80km and drove the same distance back in the car. So a total of about 5000km. Fortunately, my Toyota Yaris Hybrid only consumes 4.5l per 100km and hardly emits nitrogen oxides.
But still my personal CO2 balance is not good. Therefore, I am considering whether I should not use public transport instead if possible.
With some summits (e.g. in the Harz with Wurmberg and Schalke) it is very convenient and I have done it several times. First by train and then by bus to the hiking parking lot. You can hardly go faster by car.
With many summits, however, it is very cumbersome and would take significantly more time.
That gave me the following idea. If an activator does not go to the starting point of his ascent with his own car, but with public transport or a bicycle, he receives a points bonus.
Perhaps this motivates some of us to leave their cars behind and contribute to environmental protection.