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What Makes You Bike? Exploring Persuasive Strategies to Encourage Low-Energy Mobility [chapter]

Matthias Wunsch, Agnis Stibe, Alexandra Millonig, Stefan Seer, Chengzhen Dai, Katja Schechtner, Ryan C. C. Chin
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper explores three persuasive strategies and their capacity to encourage biking as a low-energy mode of transportation.  ...  The explored strategies contribute to further research on the design and implementation of persuasive technologies in the field of mobility.  ...  Our special acknowledgement is due to Sandra Richter for her contributions to this research project and her help in performing the presented experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-20306-5_5 fatcat:4c3wy4wkdjdcrj4zangmrlv2r4

Smart Mobility – Encouraging sustainable mobility behaviour by designing and implementing policies with citizen involvement

Edith Maier
2012 JeDEM - eJournal of eDemocracy & Open Government  
to use public transport, creating an open innovation space by means of crowdsourcing as well as the proper framing of political communication to achieve changes in mobility patterns.  ...  The project aims at designing measures to encourage the increased use of public and non-motorised transport by integrating behavioural economic principles into public policy.  ...  Capitalizing on social processes to encourage more sustainable mobility behaviour also ties in well with one of the strategies suggested in the novatlantis pre-study (Jochem, 2004) to achieve the energy-efficiency  ... 
doi:10.29379/jedem.v4i1.110 fatcat:477me3dxxrfn3eifhiblg4qlhq


2020 Europolity: Continuity and Change in European Governance  
Applied to the field of transport and mobility, green gamification implies using strategies to cut carbon emissions especially by convincing people to reduce the use of private cars.  ...  and nature package of measures to make Europe climate neutral by 2050.  ...  entitled 'A European Strategy for Low-Emission Mobility' (COM(2016)0501), in which it proposed specific measures to accelerate the decarbonisation of European transport.  ... 
doi:10.25019/europolity.2020.14.2.4 fatcat:6v3txttuczg7pom2ablxyk4dk4

Managing urban traffic emissions with focus on people and atmospheric impacts [chapter]

Hulkkonen, Mira Liisa Hannele; Prisle, Nønne L.
2020 Zenodo  
With a growing majority of the world's population residing in cities, it is vital to advance a shift to low-emission urban mobility in order to mitigate climate change.  ...  To break the habits and manage emissions, authorities must deploy incentives or sanctions – structural, regulative, economic, persuasive – that can increase the comparative advantage of low-carbon traffic  ...  what, making their utility sensitive to 'mode'.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3754616 fatcat:5cmv46okqncqtdbttiu6h2hqjq

Sustainable Street Furniture

Erfaneh Allameh, Mohammadali Heidari
2020 Periodica Polytechnica Architecture  
While some of the projects only focused on eco-design strategies, some projects succeeded to provide a higher level of sustainability within their context and developed more influential and longer-term  ...  explore the promises and challenges of designing for deep sustainability within different contexts of the city (Isfahan).  ...  It follows not only eco-design strategies but also persuasive and seductive design. Because it encourages kids to do an environmental friendly activity in a playful manner (see Fig. 7 ).  ... 
doi:10.3311/ppar.12674 fatcat:pjggplutdbcqhdtnfffrte7a7i

Beyond Limitations of Current Behaviour Change Apps for Sustainable Mobility: Insights from a User-Centered Design and Evaluation Process

Francesca Cellina, Dominik Bucher, José Veiga Simão, Roman Rudel, Martin Raubal
2019 Sustainability  
How can we encourage people to make sustainable mobility choices, reducing car dependency and the related CO 2 emissions and energy consumption?  ...  The insights we collected through an online questionnaire and individual interviews allowed us to develop recommendations for similar persuasive apps and to identify open challenges for the future.  ...  Finally, we are very grateful to all citizens who actively engaged with us in the GoEco! field activities in Zurich and Canton Ticino.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11082281 fatcat:t63lqrwnjjfhddmvosiiw64bg4

One size does not fit all

Helen Ai He, Saul Greenberg, Elaine M. Huang
2010 Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '10  
One remedy to this problem, and the focus of this paper, is to motivate sustainable energy usage behaviors by people.  ...  to change.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks to Adam Runions, Uta Hinrichs and Marian Doerk for many helpful and insightful discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753326.1753464 dblp:conf/chi/HeGH10 fatcat:itjfka6kfjgetl5pwlxhhq7h7m

A survey of mobile phone sensing

Nicholas Lane, Emiliano Miluzzo, Hong Lu, Daniel Peebles, Tanzeem Choudhury, Andrew Campbell
2010 IEEE Communications Magazine  
INFORM, SHARE, AND PERSUASION: CLOSING THE SENSING LOOP How you use inferred sensor data to inform the user is application-specific.  ...  For continuous sensing to be viable there need to be breakthroughs in low-energy algorithms that duty cycle the device while maintaining the necessary application fidelity.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2010.5560598 fatcat:i42ahoh44bhr3cyn4y2f5dp6fu

A Context Aware Mobile Application for Physical Activity Promotion

Andreas Hamper
2015 2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
1: very inactive... 7: very active Q10 Do you know what you can do in order to stay active? 1:Not at all...7: yes, very much Q11 Do you have many ideas about what to do in order to stay active?  ...  The three persuasive strategies of tailoring, self-monitoring and suggestion used in "Ambient persuasion" are explained as follows.  ...  The principles set out in this Privacy Policy and Disclosure Statement applies to any personal information you provide to us via the Motivate website or your personal mobile device.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2015.386 dblp:conf/hicss/Hamper15 fatcat:gza7aln5zfhkvjq3dvhj6mru3y

Personalized persuasion in Ambient Intelligence

Maurits Kaptein
2012 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  
90% Commitment You have to continue what you've started: you are participating in this test to lead a healthier life.  ...  Before presenting these case studies it is important to make clear what makes persuasion profiles-and thus profiles that describe people's susceptibility to different means to an end-distinct from other  ...  Persuasion Profiles will be a core component of persuasive technologies to come. The ambient intelligence scenario makes it possible to build dynamic profiles based on unobtrusive measurements.  ... 
doi:10.3233/ais-2012-0153 fatcat:z5bstwmbfnco7jrmlacakbxwwe

Policies for promoting walking and cycling in England: A view from the street

Colin G. Pooley, Dave Horton, Griet Scheldeman, Caroline Mullen, Tim Jones, Miles Tight, Ann Jopson, Alison Chisholm
2013 Transport Policy  
Banister, D. (2007) 'The sustainable mobility paradigm', Transport Policy, 15, pp. 73-80 Beck, U. (1999) World risk society, Polity, Oxford.  ...  frequently prevent walking and cycling  Walking and cycling is not seen as a normal way to travel  Transport policies need to recognize these constraints more explicitly Total word count: 8,074 Policies  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to all the people who willingly gave up their time to be interviewed, to be accompanied and to be observed during their daily journeys.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tranpol.2013.01.003 fatcat:wekedofdi5gmrfjfkaddhw7vzy

Exploring physical activity behaviour of persons with multiple sclerosis: a qualitative pilot study

Matthew A. Plow, Linda Resnik, Susan M. Allen
2009 Disability and Rehabilitation  
Conclusion-Results from this pilot study suggest that PA interventions will need to implement multiple strategies that target self-efficacy, social environment, and coping styles.  ...  Purpose-Identify facilitators and barriers to physical activity (PA), and explore the utility of Social Cognitive Theory (SCT) and Transactional Model of Stress and Coping (TMSC) in understanding PA behaviour  ...  Is low motivation due to feelings associated with actual physical ability to engage in PA as well as anxiety about making symptoms worse or is low motivation resulting from not making PA a priority?  ... 
doi:10.1080/09638280902738375 pmid:19479491 pmcid:PMC4703089 fatcat:xjb7on2bdbfbpgdwaitun3t6i4

Changing Environmental Behaviors through Smartphone-Based Augmented Experiences [chapter]

Bruno Santos, Teresa Romão, A. Eduardo Dias, Pedro Centieiro, Bárbara Teixeira
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Abstract The use of persuasive technologies can induce changes in attitudes or behaviours, even in individuals that other strategies of persuasion can not reach effectively.  ...  In this dissertation, work was conducted to alert citizens to this issue in a fun and immersive way using mobile devices, more specifically smartphones, and augmented reality technology that was used to  ...  There are more applications of mobile persuasion, like promoting youth sexual health [27] , use mobile devices to boost physical activity [28] or persuade users to conserve energy [29] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34292-9_57 fatcat:nwbhc4q62rc2vdhqb4q323c6py

Evaluation of Active Living by Design

Laura K. Brennan, Ross C. Brownson, Peter Hovmand
2012 American Journal of Preventive Medicine  
Rigorous, systematic examination of the underlying causal structures related to the configurations of community characteristics, preparation efforts, and implementation strategies is needed.  ...  The resulting types and anti-types provide insight into patterns across communities that may be ascribed to varying configurations of community contexts, resources, and strategies implemented.  ...  With special thanks to the many individuals who have contributed to these efforts from Transtria LLC ( Our team is grateful for the collaboration and support from the 25  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2012.07.007 pmid:23079267 pmcid:PMC4762708 fatcat:p2qu6iblc5bljgzuvzitpw7ypm

Guidelines for developing and implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) [article]

Rupprecht, Böhler-Baedeker, Brand, Brunner
2019 Zenodo  
The guidelines serve to aid in the process of transitioning to a more sustainable urban mobility system.  ...  The SUMP Guidelines are an important European strategic planning instrument for authorities to establish an integrated, long-term, sustainable mobility plan.  ...  What are the benefits of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning? What makes Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning useful for a city?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3888371 fatcat:tufx6qpalnbhrfzyho5rl3rvdi
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