VETUS - Visual Exploration of Time Use Data to Support Environmental Assessment of Lifestyles

@inproceedings{Bieser2019VETUSV,
  title={VETUS - Visual Exploration of Time Use Data to Support Environmental Assessment of Lifestyles},
  author={Jan C. T. Bieser and David Haas and Lorenz M. Hilty},
  booktitle={ICT4S},
  year={2019}
}
The time-use (or activity) patterns individuals perform on a typical day – their individual lifestyles – fundamentally shape our society and the environment we live in. Not only are lifestyles evolving over time, driven by societal and technological change, they also significantly contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 12 “responsible consumption and production”, namely through the resource use and emissions associated with goods and services consumed to perform… Expand

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