Leveraging insights from behavioral science, local governments can help promote environmentally conscious workplace behavior, conducive to the development of sustainable cities.
It Pays to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint: Business and Policy Leaders Take Note
How does framing of carbon pricing policy impact consumer attitudes and behaviors?
The Banned Wagon: Are Bans the Best Way to Solve the Plastic Problem?
Banning straws may be a good way to reduce our impact on the environment, but it is important to be cautious of the long-term behavioral repercussions.
Overwhelmed by Choice (2/2): Prosumers and Green Energy
In a similar way to standard energy consumers, behavioral tendencies can be leveraged to promote green energy use in the energy prosumer market.
Overwhelmed by Choice (1/2): Consumers and Green Energy
The "bandwagon effect" can be leveraged to help turn more communities toward greener energy sources.
CO2 Out Of Sight, Not Out Of Mind: Carbon Capture and Storage Risks
There might be a surprising solution to global warming, one which lies deep underground.
Reducing Water Consumption: Why You Care What Your Neighbours Think
Would we be more dedicated to decreasing our water-consumption if we were aware of what our neighbours thought?
Tackling Climate Change (1/2): Why Don’t We Act On Climate Issues?
If climate change was seen as more tangible and urgent then people might be more motivated to change their behavior.