Little green nudges – A wall sticker from London-based design and sustainbility outfit Hu2 brings home the carbon cost of keeping the lights on.
Little green nudges – Green footsteps lead passersby to a dustbin on the streets of Copenhagen. Researchers found that this decreased the instances of littering by 46%.
Little green nudges – A recent Dutch study showed that 70% more people chose the stairs instead of the elevator when there were red lines running up them.
Little green nudges – The "Waterpebble" monitors water going down the plughole when you shower and tells you when to finish showering. It memorizes the length of your first shower and, using it as a benchmark, fractionally reduces your shower time, helping you to save water without thinking about it.
Little green nudges – Designer Muhyeon Kim has designed a switch that displays how much power it is using. Research has found that people are more conscious of their energy use when they can see it in action.