The website Changing Habbits [changinghabbits.co.uk] shows the environmental impact of a person by using humanoid forms with body parts distorted relative to the environmental impact of common activities.
Each part of the body is allocated to a different type of environmental burden: the feet correspond to the transport footprint, the hands to home energy, mouth to water, stomach to consumption, bottom to waste and the eyes and head to electrical consumer products. The overall CO2 footprint is conveyed to the human figure's height. People can input their personal data to retrieve their personalized humanoid sustainability representative.
More information about the project is also available at the eco-design consultancy Giraffe Innovation blog.