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Developing Sustainable Process in Water Economy Using Social Media

Abstract : The main idea developed here is how to involve people to promote a new behavior to economize water as supported by the local authorities process. Usually, the population is affected by the cities policies when they are subject to fines related to high water use during times of crisis. Then the local authorities impose solutions without consultations of concerned communities. This top-down process is often considered as imposed by the mayor or the local authority and may lead to bad feeling by the population and is not corresponding to a new societal behavior in the social web era. We will suggest a new way to involve the population using the social media as a new approach to imply them in this process. This information can be conveyed and shared with the public in such way to support mayor or authorities policies. In other way we will propose a new approach using social media processes as a node in the first hand to encourage the population to participate to the debate and to fit a new solution encouraging all population to get part of the policies adopted based on a bayesian approach.
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Karim E. Fraoua, Christian Bourret, Eric Sotto. Developing Sustainable Process in Water Economy Using Social Media. Human Computer Interaction, Jun 2014, Crete, Greece. ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-07854-0_3⟩. ⟨hal-01101929⟩

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