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iResponse: Social Responsible Crowdsourcing for Environmental Research and Decision-Making (iResponse )

The iResponse project will develop and study social responsible ICT-based crowdsourcing tools for environmental research and decision-making processes based on citizen participation and engagement (crowdsourcing).

Prosjektdetaljer

Webside: http://iresponse-rri.com/

Status: Fullført

Prosjektperiode: 2015–2018

Oppdragsgiver: Norges forskningsråd (247884)

Ansvarlig institusjon: NILU - Norsk institutt for luftforskning

The iResponse project will develop and study social responsible ICT-based crowdsourcing tools for environmental research and decision-making processes based on citizen participation and engagement (crowdsourcing). Two crowdsourcing tools will be developed in the project following the principles of responsible research and innovation (RRI);

1) an interactive platform to assess citizen acceptance and involve them in co-creation of water drainage solutions and

2) an application (mobile app/web) to collect data about wood consumption for house heating for estimating emissions.

Three main case studies in urban environment will be carried out to test and evaluate the two developed crowdsourcing tools and an existing one, a public participatory map based questionnaire for urban planning (Mapita). The case studies will address different research questions and learning cases regarding the urban environment and citizen participation;

1) sustainable water drainage,

2) air pollution and

3) effective urban planning.

The ITC crowdsourcing tools will enable citizens to influence urban planning by expressing their preferences, providing observations or user information. Different participatory ways are therefore foreseen with the use of the different crowdsourcing tools, involving different concerns and challenges. Social concerns will be mapped out and addressed, and possible solutions to overcome them will be proposed based on implementation and testing processes. The project aims at designing tools in a liable way towards responsibility, transparency and openness to the public, without compromising the quality of the research and user needs. In the last phase of the project, recommendations for the development and use of crowdsourcing as tools for environmental research and decision-making (including urban planning) will be elaborated as good practices within the ICT sector.

https://prosjektbanken.forskningsradet.no/#/project/NFR/247884/Sprak=no

iResponse har 7 publikasjoner ved NILU

Tidsskriftspublikasjon

The MetVed model: development and evaluation of emissions from residential wood combustion at high spatio-temporal resolution in Norway (1715682)

Grythe, Henrik; Hak, Claudia; Halse, Anne Karine; Hamer, Paul David; Lopez-Aparicio, Susana; Sousa Santos, Gabriela; Vo, Dam Thanh; Vogt, Matthias
2019

Konferansebidrag og faglig presentasjon

Welcome and introduction - The iResponse Project (1667757)

Lopez-Aparicio, Susana
2018

Konferansebidrag og faglig presentasjon

Data collection methods for a better understanding of atmospheric emissions (1667743)

Lopez-Aparicio, Susana
2018

Tidsskriftspublikasjon

Webcrawling and machine learning as a new approach for the spatial distribution of atmospheric emissions (1599108)

Grythe, Henrik; Lopez-Aparicio, Susana; Pierce, Matthew; Vallejo, Islen; Vogt, Matthias
2018

Konferansebidrag og faglig presentasjon

Residential wood combustion in the Nordic area - The need for high resolution emission inventories (1585050)

Lopez-Aparicio, Susana
2018

Tidsskriftspublikasjon

An Infrastructural Analysis of a Crowdsourcing Tool for Environmental Research (1584131)

Fossum, Selamawit Molla; Lopez-Aparicio, Susana; Røen, Håvard Vika
2018

Konferansebidrag og faglig presentasjon

Method for development of high-resolution emissions from residential wood combustion (1573416)

Grythe, Henrik; Lopez-Aparicio, Susana; Vogt, Matthias
2018

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