Pokémon Go Sustainability Week 2023 Timed Research quest steps, rewards and field research tasks

The Sustainability Week 2023 event brings an entirely new Pokémon to the world of Pokémon Go along with a selection of timed research tasks, a new Egg Pool, and the chance to encounter sustainability-themed Pokémon. If you want a chance to catch Bounsweet in Pokémon Go, we’ve got you covered.

While you’re completing this Pokemon Go Timed Research, you might also want to keep an eye out for other sustainability-themed Pokemon, like Trubbish, which grants a clean 750 Stardust per catch.

Below you will find the Sustainability Week quest steps in Pokémon Go to help you complete it before the Sustainability Week event ends.

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Steps of the Sustainability Week mission in Pokémon Go

Sustainability Week is a quest you can complete during the Sustainability Week event in Pokémon Go.

Since this is a timed research mission, you will only have until Wednesday, April 26 at 8pm (local time) to complete it. If you don’t complete the Sustainability Week mission before this deadline, it and its rewards will be gone forever.

Below you will find all the mission steps and rewards for Sustainability Week. Please note that there are spoilers.

‘Sustainability Week’ Step 1 of 4

  • Use 5 Berries to Help Catch Pokémon: Drilbur Encounter
  • Feed your friend 5 times: 5 pineapple berries
  • Take 5 Snapshots of Your Friend: Junk Encounter

Rewards: 1000 XP, 500 Stardust and 1 Star Piece

‘Sustainability Week’ Step 2 of 4

  • Use 7 Berries to Help Catch Pokémon – Trubbish Encounter
  • Earn 5 hearts with your friend: 10 Nanab Berries
  • Play with your friend – Bounsweet Encounter

Rewards: 1500 XP, 1000 Stardust and 1 Incense

‘Sustainability Week’ Step 3 of 4

  • Use 9 Berries to Help Catch Pokémon: Drilbur Encounter
  • Earn 2 candies by exploring with your friend: Grimer encounter
  • Use an incense – Bounsweet Encounter

Rewards: 2000 XP, 1000 Stardust and 10 Razz Berries

‘Sustainability Week’ Step 4 of 4

  • Use 5 Berries to Help Catch Pokemon: Binacle Encounter
  • Earn 3 candies by exploring with your friend – Drilbur encounter
  • Receive a souvenir from your friend: Bounsweet encounter

Rewards: 2000 XP, 2000 Stardust and 15 Ultra Balls

Thanks to Amiibofan101 from reddit for help with this information!

The Season of Adventure Abundance is here! Its first event is A Paldean Adventure, which sees the true launch of Gen 9 and the special research mission A Paldean Adventure. You can also work on the Timed Investigation: Master Ball mission and compete in Go Battle League. Be sure to compete in Shadow Raids, complete routes, use Daily Adventure Incense for a chance to encounter Galarian Articuno, Galarian Zapdos, and Galarian Moltres. This incense can also give you encounters with other rare Pokémon in Pokémon Go.

Pokémon Go Sustainability Week Field Research Tasks

You might get an event-exclusive Field Research task by spinning PokéStops during the Sustainability Week event in Pokémon Go. You can save these tasks to your Field Research Collection and complete them after the event ends, if you wish.

These are the Pokémon Go Sustainability Week field research tasks:

  • Reward for catching 5 Grass-type Pokémon: 4 Nanab Berries
  • Reward for catching 3 Ground-type Pokémon: Drilbur encounter
  • Reward for catching 5 Rock-type Pokémon: 2 Pineapple Berries
  • Reward for catching 5 Water-type Pokémon: 3 Raspberries
  • Use 5 Berries to Help Catch Pokemon Reward: Drilbur Encounter
  • Give your friend 3 Reward Candy: Drilbur encounter

Thanks to SilphScience on reddit for help with this information!

Bounsweet makes its Pokémon Go debut during Sustainability Week. (Image credit: pokemongolive.com).

Everything we know about Sustainability Week in Pokémon Go

Sustainability Week brings a new batch of wild eggs and spawns, along with a selection of other bonuses.

wild encounters

The following Pokémon will appear more frequently in the wild during Sustainability Week:

Drill.

  • squirtle
  • shellder
  • wailmer
  • drill
  • cotton
  • Petilil
  • Dwebble
  • foongus
  • froakie

The shiny forms of Drilbur and Excadrill also debuted in Pokémon Go as part of Sustainability Week.

The following Pokémon will also appear as rare appearances during the event, so keep your eyes peeled for them:

  • Larvitar
  • Binacle
  • sweet

Of the Pokémon above, all except Petilil, Froakie, and Bounsweet can be shiny. This is your first chance to catch a shiny Drilbur in Pokémon Go and turn it into a shiny Excadrill!

egg pool

The following Pokémon will be available in 7 km eggs during the Sustainability Week event. Everything except Bounsweet can be brilliant:

Sweet.

  • cherub
  • drill
  • sweet

This will be the most reliable way to get Bounsweet, which makes its Pokémon Go debut as part of this event.

Other event bonuses

There are a few other bonuses that run alongside this event, and they all focus on the Pokemon you select as your Buddy Pokemon.

Firstly, your Pokémon friend will accompany you on the map for longer after being fed. That’s good, we suppose?

However, it should be noted that there was an error in the official Pokémon Go infographic for this event, incorrectly stating that you would only have to walk half the distance to earn candy with your friend, as explained in the tweet below.

Trainers, we would like to clarify that there is an error with our Sustainability Week event bonuses infographic. The listed “Half Distance to Earn Candy with Your Pokémon Friend” will not be available as a bonus for this event.

— Niantic Support (@NianticHelp) April 20, 2023

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Plus, you’ll only have to walk half the distance to earn hearts with your Buddy Pokémon. Note: this it’s not affects the distance you have to walk to get candy; If you have a Kyogre as a friend, for example, you’ll still have to walk 20 km to get a candy, but you’ll get a heart after 1 km of walking with it on the map, instead of the standard 2 km.

If your Pokémon Friend is a Great Friend or higher (at least two hearts on the four-heart gauge at the top left of the Friend screen), it will bring you gifts wrapped in leaves more often. These will most often contain berries and may contain silver pineapple berries.

But wait, there is more! If your Pokémon Buddy is Ultra Buddy or higher, it will bring you memories more often.

With the exception of additional Silver Pinap Berries, there are virtually no in-game ramifications here, so don’t worry if you forget about them entirely.

Lastly, for those who want a slightly more regal outfit, new avatar items will be available to purchase in the in-game store. These include the Bounsweet Hat, Steenee Shirt and Tsareena Boots sets.

As always, you can dress for the occasion. (Image credit: pokemongolive.com).

Everything we know about Sustainability Week in Pokémon Go

The Sustainability Week event in Pokémon Go will run from Thursday, April 20 at 10 am to April 26 at 8 pm (both local time). During this time, you can complete the event’s timed research quest and catch a new Pokémon for Pokémon Go: Bounsweet!

There are also four bonuses for you to enjoy during this event, focused on celebrating your Pokémon friend.

I hope you enjoy the Sustainability Week event!

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