Nature Energy article by Elgar Fleisch's group published today

Leveraging digital technologies for fostering resource conservation among the general public - Do people change their behavior when they receive feedback on their energy use in real time? Does the approach work among a broader public... and even in settings where people have zero financial incentives for resource conservation?
Read our new Nature Energy article “Real-time feedback promotes energy conservation in the absence of volunteer selection bias and monetary incentives”:
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