Encouraging Sustainability Through Gaming

Encouraging Sustainability Through Gaming
technology

There's a video of an interesting talk by Dan Hill who is Monocle's director of web and broadcast and the BBC's former head of interactive technology and design where he looks at how introducing an element of competition and gaming could encourage people to adopt a sustainable lifestyle. He asks during his talk at "Interesting South" what would happen if everyone's house had a sustainable score and that these details could be shared on web 2.0 applications such as Facebook .

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 15 january 2008

There’s a video of an interesting talk by Dan Hill who is Monocle’s director of web and broadcast and the BBC’s former head of interactive technology and design where he looks at how introducing an element of competition and gaming could encourage people to adopt a sustainable lifestyle. He asks during his talk at “Interesting South” what would happen if everyone’s house had a sustainable score and that these details could be shared on web 2.0 applications such as Facebook.

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