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Competition organized by the National Center for Research and Development The project involves research into the possibility of introducing an alternative currency into the city, which will be a tool in promoting pro-ecological activities of residents, based on game theory, for which they will be appropriately rewarded. The process aims to increase the awareness of residents and change their habits. The project provides for piloting the gratification system for the inhabitants of Gdańsk, contributing to its development. The project will develop a system that can be implemented in other cities and a number of scientific publications will be prepared.

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Project's acronym:
GC
Project's funding:
Fundusze norweskie i EOG - Polski Program Badań Stosowanych
Agreement:
NOR/IdeaLab/GC/0003/2020-00 z dnia 2021-04-02
Realisation period:
2021-03-01 - 2024-03-01
Project manager:
mgr inż. arch. Kacper Radziszewski
Realised in:
Department of Visual Techniques
External institutions
participating in project:
  • Akademia Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. M. Grzegorzewskiej (Poland)
  • Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)
  • Stowarzyszenie Inicjatywa Miasto (Poland)
  • University of Stavanger (Norway)
  • Szkoła Głowna Handlowa (Poland)
Request type:
Międzynarodowy Program Badawczy
Domestic:
International project
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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Year 2021

  • Greencoin: a Pro­environmental Action-­Reward System
    Publication

    The massive destruction of the natural environment is rapidly eroding the world’s capacity to provide food and water, threatening the security of billions of people. In order to facilitate green lifestyles – understood in terms of both pro-environmental behaviors and green self-image on the one hand, and to build sustainable local and global communities, on the other, we put forward an idea of a novel action-reward system based...

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