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Waygood, O.; Avineri, E. (2012)
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The CATCH project was a three year project to address a gap in awareness of urban transport Greenhouse Gases (GHG). The project‟s mission is “to become the natural place to look for mobility related GHG reduction advice and information”. This has been pursued by building an internet-based resource “Knowledge Engine” which engages, informs and stimulates stakeholders at different levels to tackle transport related emissions in their urban centres. The CATCH platform provides objective, comprehensive and timely information to facilitate stakeholders to identify policies to reduce GHG from urban mobility, and empower them in making informed, innovative, and effective change.\ud This report details work done in task 1.4 (T1.4), Monitoring and Evaluation. There were three main objectives for this task:\ud  To evaluate the success of the platform design in terms of objectives (and specifically in increasing awareness on transport CO2);\ud  To establish a connection between the grounding work of D1.11 and D1.22 and the platform design of the final product;\ud  To examine the effect of the platform design on awareness of transport CO2 and motivation or intention to lower transport CO2 emissions.
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    • Table 14-3 Linking CATCH Objectives to Options - Public ................................................................. 110
    • Table 14-4 Linking CATCH Objectives to Options - Professionals......................................................... 111
    • Figure 2-2 The visual style used with the second group. It presents Paris as being at the bottom of the categories. ......................................................................................................................................20
    • Figure 2-3 Descriptive results of framing question with visual component. ................................................21
    • Figure 4-1 Overall results for My City tool. .......................................................................................30
    • Figure 4-2 Useful to the individual personally or at work. .....................................................................31
    • Figure 4-3 Understanding the Co-Benefit diagrams. ...........................................................................32
    • Figure 4-4 Interest level of the co-benefit diagrams. ...........................................................................32
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