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I-Pet Individual Persuasive Eco-travel Technology: A Tool for VTBC Program Implementation

Italo Meloni, Benedetta Sanjust di Teulada
2015 Transportation Research Procedia  
Indeed, providing individuals with feedback (travel time and costs, CO2 emitted, etc.), as well as information about existing alternatives to the car, has been shown to motivate people to reduce car use  ...  to the large scale, reducing the resource commitment and enhancing the efficacy of the implementation.  ...  a real mobility supervisor, constantly supporting people in their travel choices and encouraging them towards environmentally sustainable behavior, thereby reducing CO2 emissions and the negative impacts  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trpro.2015.12.035 fatcat:z5tcg5lekja7nm5q4cj2itby4i

Tackling Climate Change Through Energy Efficiency: Mathematical Models to Offer Evidence-Based Recommendations for Public Policy [chapter]

Federico Gallo, Pierluigi Contucci, Adam Coutts, Ignacio Gallo
2010 Applications of Mathematics in Models, Artificial Neural Networks and Arts  
We propose a new family of mathematical models, based on a statistical mechanics extension of discrete choice theory, that offer a set of formal tools to systematically analyse and quantify this problem  ...  These tools and models that allow us to account for social interactions could help us identify tipping points that may be used to trigger structural changes in our society.  ...  Acknowledgements F.G. and A.C. would like to thank Bryony Worthington and James Fox for their contributions and the useful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-90-481-8581-8_7 fatcat:fw6maigxhnf2rjcr3nyd2ss7e4

Climate change, tourist air travel and radical emissions reduction

James Higham, Scott A. Cohen, Christina T. Cavaliere, Arianne Reis, Wiebke Finkler
2016 Journal of Cleaner Production  
From a policy perspective, current and projected growth in aviation is fundamentally incompatible with radical emissions reduction and decarbonisation of the global energy system.  ...  Its theoretical context harnesses lessons from public health to inform a discussion of bottom up (social marketing, nudge) and top down (government regulation) approaches to the urgent challenge of radical  ...  ) , helping to lower the city's CO2 emissions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2014.10.100 fatcat:fyacqzykunduhklljm6hgz4tpa

Tackling climate change through energy efficiency: mathematical models for evidence-based public policy recommendations [article]

Federico Gallo, Pierluigi Contucci, Adam Coutts, Ignacio Gallo
2008 arXiv   pre-print
Promoting and increasing energy efficiency is a promising method of reducing CO2 emissions and avoiding the potentially devastating effects of climate change.  ...  We propose a new family of mathematical models, based on a statistical mechanics extension of discrete choice theory, that offer a set of formal tools to systematically analyse and quantify this problem  ...  Acknowledgements F.G. and A.C. would like to thank Bryony Worthington and James Fox for their contributions and the useful discussions.  ... 
arXiv:0804.3319v3 fatcat:5rfoocpyx5alnkd7lfsjkoqmpq

Persuasive Technologies for Sustainable Mobility: State of the Art and Emerging Trends

Evangelia Anagnostopoulou, Efthimios Bothos, Babis Magoutas, Johann Schrammel, Gregoris Mentzas
2018 Sustainability  
Many approaches utilizing different strategies such as behaviour feedback, social comparison, goal-setting, gamification, personalized suggestions, and challenges have been used so far, and new ones are  ...  Many approaches utilizing different strategies such as behaviour feedback, social comparison, goal-setting, gamification, personalized suggestions, and challenges have been used so far, and new ones are  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank the three anonymous reviewers for insightful comments and helpful suggestions in improving the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10072128 fatcat:vejz7gamufahddupim25njhycu

Sustainably unpersuaded

Hronn Brynjarsdottir, Maria Håkansson, James Pierce, Eric Baumer, Carl DiSalvo, Phoebe Sengers
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 ACM annual conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '12  
In this paper we provide a critical analysis of persuasive sustainability research from 2009-2011.  ...  Drawing on critical sociological theory of modernism, we argue that persuasion is based on a limited framing of sustainability, human behavior, and their interrelationship.  ...  Thanks to Eric Paulos, Geri Gay, Tad Hirsch, and Steve Jackson for their support and suggestions, and to the anonymous reviewers for helpful criticisms.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2207676.2208539 dblp:conf/chi/BrynjarsdottirHPBDS12 fatcat:l2e5dvsm2jb7ln63wyufwdjasi

Multiple Benefits through Smart Home Energy Management Solutions—A Simulation-Based Case Study of a Single-Family-House in Algeria and Germany

Ringel, Laidi, Djenouri
2019 Energies  
We apply simple-to-use, easily, scalable impact indicators that can be made available to homeowners and serve as intrinsic economic, environmental and social motivators for pursuing energy efficiency.  ...  By simulating lighting, heating and cooling operations in a model single-family home equipped with modest automation, we show that individual actors can be led to pursue energy efficiency out of enlightened  ...  The model household in our case could receive certification that by applying extended smart home solutions, it had contributed individually to saving CO2 emissions by some 7.3 t CO2eq.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en12081537 fatcat:qlwdbcx4pba6zesap3nymmys3m

GreenSoul: An IoT Platform for Empowering Users' Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings [chapter]

Diego Casado-Mansilla, I. Moschos, Oihane Kamara-Esteban, A. Tsolakis, Cruz E. Borges, S. Krinidis, Diego López-de-Ipiña, D. Tzovaras
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The GreenSoul (GS) framework aims to provide a low-cost energyefficient Information and Communications Technology (ICT) platform which seamlessly augments a traditional public-use building with a set of  ...  GS architecture is supported by a socio-economic behavioural model, which aids on behaviour understanding to turn energy consuming devices into active pro-sustainability agents that manifest to their surrounding  ...  CO2 emissions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-67585-5_68 fatcat:olnjh4kwwvgxxkgo6meqdlxdya

Design interventions for sustainable behaviour [chapter]

Debra Lilley, Garrath Wilson, Tracy Bhamra, Marcus Hanratty, Tang Tang
2017 Design for Behaviour Change  
This includes: research and design approaches towards formulating an understanding of the user's actions in context; selecting a behavioural target (where to intervene); selecting (or applying) a behavioural  ...  She specialises in User-centred design for Sustainable Behaviour. Her current research interests include design for healthy behaviour and participatory and co-design for social sustainability.  ...  The authors would like to thank all the households who have generously participated in all of this research.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315576602-5 fatcat:atarumixu5cxrmqb7ts2sv6mg4

The effect of personal cap-and-trade mileage policies on individual activity-travel patterns: the Activity Locator project

Italo Meloni, Erika Spissu, Chandra Bhat
2011 Transportation letters  
The objective of this work is to contribute to the debate on sustainable policies aimed at reducing personal carbon emissions from the transport sector.  ...  In particular, individuals' response to strategies that rely on individual behavioral changes, instead of technological advances, need to be tested.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Authors are grateful to Massimiliano Bez, Ida Demartis and Laura Ledda for their active role as mobility operators and to CCSTra for supporting the Activity Locator implementation.  ... 
doi:10.3328/tl.2011.03.04.293-307 fatcat:ghg25bvfwrec3fsid2in6aipla

Part II: Policy instruments for sustainable road transport

Georgina Santos, Hannah Behrendt, Alexander Teytelboym
2010 Research in Transportation Economics  
reduce congestion and CO2 emissions.  ...  Physical Policies An increase in the use of public transport, combined with a decrease in the use of private cars, can reduce traffic congestion and, more importantly, CO2 emissions, as public transport  ...  the work presented in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.retrec.2010.03.002 fatcat:mdqniplba5hs3afrg5ei63u23y

Designing policies in uncertain contexts: Entrepreneurial capacity and the case of the European Emission Trading Scheme

Ishani Mukherjee, Sarah Giest
2017 Public Policy and Administration  
Policy entrepreneurs and the combination of their analytical, operational and political competences are a relevant component in reducing ambiguity in policy design and translating broad policy goals to  ...  In climate policy specifically, different degrees and types of uncertainties pose a challenge to policymakers.  ...  In addition, the economic crisis reduced emissions from companies and resulted in a surplus of EUAs, causing a fall of the price from 30 Euro to less than 7 Euro (Chandreyee and Velten, 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0952076717730426 fatcat:imrwzejfknf7ph7cx423yc3fny

Towards climate smart agriculture : How does innovation meet sustainability?

Katalin Takács-György, István Takács
2022 Ecocycles  
Each farming strategy in which the farmers' cooperation is the base of an efficient machinery use (Restructurer – restructuring of social relationships), each technology that reduces the human-health risk  ...  CSA (including Precision Agriculture) is a tool in this and allows the efficient use of natural resources (Restructurer – restructuring factors of production).  ...  Also, sustainable grazing methods that store carbon in the soil and prevent CO2 emissions, using the local feed, and creating more circular systems on the farm can reduce the need for external inputs of  ... 
doi:10.19040/ecocycles.v8i1.220 fatcat:yz2qv4k5izbvfm5uitaqtfywrq

Exploring the dimensions of eco-feedback in the wild

Filipe Quintal, Nuno J. Nunes, Valentina Nisi
2015 2015 Sustainable Internet and ICT for Sustainability (SustainIT)  
Social Aspects Motivation/Persuasive techniques Regarding the Motivation/Persuasive techniques identified in the design space of ecofeedback, the WattsBurning What-a-Watt and Watt-I-See systems employed  ...  The portal deployed several techniques to encourage savings such as comparisons, social incentive and goal setting.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sustainit.2015.7101374 dblp:conf/ifip6-3/QuintalNN15 fatcat:hw574jtyc5bafdnxolzjnzyemq

A Three-Dimensional Model of Residential Energy Consumer Archetypes for Local Energy Policy Design in the UK

Tao Zhang, Peer-Olaf Siebers, Uwe Aickelin
2012 Social Science Research Network  
This paper reviews major studies in three traditional lines of research in residential energy consumption in the UK, i.e. economic/infrastructure, behaviour, and load profiling.  ...  of using energy, and the duration of property daytime occupancy.  ...  Acknowledgements The work was financially sponsored by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2823289 fatcat:2c57tmmzincq3jjinvvm5maxnq
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