This column marks the start of a new forum for interactions entitled Sustainability in (Inter)Action, which considers the application of HCI and interaction design to problems of environmental sustainability and explores the ways in which knowledge and expertise from other fields can contribute to these efforts. In recent years there has been an explosion of work in the interaction-design and HCI communities focusing on environmental sustainability. The enthusiasm for research and design in this area can arguably be traced back to the CHI 2007 conference, prior to which there had been only a smattering of papers and projects on…
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