This document provides a report to accompany the three web services for environmental information extraction delivered. The web services provide tools to perform entity disambiguation, recognition of environmental terms, and extraction of environmental indicators respectively. Since the services are still in development, and this is only the first version, users are able to just make use of the web service; the final version will be made open source.
This document summarizes functionalities, technical key information and designated use of WWF Switzerland’s Mobilisation and Petition Tool for large scale awareness campaigns in the Decarbonet framework.
This deliverable summarises the efforts on developing novel semantic models for capturing and infering information about the user in different context (his/her behaviour, needs, personality, preferences, etc.).
Engaging people does not mean only attracting users to a social platform, but also getting them to use the platform and associated technologies to bring about improvements and social change.
Co-creation workshops were designed and organized in Amsterdam, Utrecht and Zurich to to have in-depth insight into the profiles, life-styles, needs, and motivations of the stakeholders with regards to energy awareness.
Acquiring structured and unstructured data: Although there is a trend towards combining multiple data sources, integrated approaches tapping into multiple structured, unstructured, and social sources at various levels of abstraction are still scarce. DecarboNet addresses this shortcoming and builds upon the Media Watch on Climate Change1 when developing the required methods to contextualise environmental knowledge and track collective awareness in a granular manner.
A study with people in the workplace to understand how they perceive and react to a suite of interventions towards behaviour change, such as tangible feedback, and social dynamics such as competition and collaboration to raise awareness collectively.
This document refers to the website planning.