The Environmental Dashboard is designed to make the invisible flows of water and electricity through our community visible, to engage and link these to the thoughts and actions of citizens working to build a more vibrant, resilient, and sustainable Oberlin.
An animated display of current electricity and water use and environmental conditions in the entire community. “Flash” the energy squirrel and “Walley the Walleye” narrate the dynamic story.
Measure electricity and water consumption in schools, businesses, public facilities and homes and translate this into animated displays.
Combines images thoughts, ideas and actions of community members and groups to celebrate and empower positive action.