The challenges have triggered many government-backed programs, including the EU's Sustainable Development Goals program which is leading the way towards a more sustainable future. Additionally, in the last decade with the advancement of internet and mobile technology, giant sharing economy platforms such as Airbnb and Uber emerged and gained a global presence. According to PwC, the sharing economy sector is set to reach $335B by 2025 and over 86 million Americans will be part of the sharing economy by 2021 . According to some statistics, over 20% of people are already willing to share their electronics, furniture, tools, and cars with others . These statistics are also supported by the fact that sustainability, social responsibility, and climate change are amongst the mega-trends of our times, especially for the younger groups including Millennials and Generation Z . This presents a ripe opportunity to advance distributed, bottom-up approaches to sustainability challenges by involving and incentivizing multiple actors of great numbers, which we believe can advance at a greater speed than federal implementations or traditional business models, as outlined in this paper.