These technologies are available to aid in behavior change, by providing feedback about energy use, by addressing barriers to behavior change, or by providing feasible lower-energy alternatives to current behaviors. The list focuses on technologies which mainstream culture is unlikely to be aware of, or which may be difficult to find.
- E. Mills, The Home Energy Saver Library: Carbon Footprint Calculators, Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
- C. M. Jones, CoolClimate Carbon Footprint Calculator, The Berkeley Institute for the Environment, at http://escholarship.org/uc/item/55b3r1qj?query=calculator.
- J. Mankoff, S. Fussell, D. Matthews, H. S. Matthews, and M. Johnson, StepGreen, The HCI Institute at Carnegie Mellon, at http://stepgreen.org/.
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