Sustainable millennials: attitudes towards sustainability and the material effects of interactive technologies

  title={Sustainable millennials: attitudes towards sustainability and the material effects of interactive technologies},
  author={Kristin Hanks and William Odom and David Roedl and Eli Blevis},
This paper describes the design and interprets the results of a survey of 435 undergraduate students concerning the attitudes of this mainly millennial population towards sustainability apropos of the material effects of information technologies. This survey follows from earlier work on notions of Sustainable Interaction Design (SID)---that is the perspective that sustainability can and should be a central focus within HCI. In so doing it advances to some degree the empirical resources needed… CONTINUE READING
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