Agtech, or agricultural technology, can help farmers keep up with the growing demand for food—but uptake of these new tools has been slow. Behavioral science can help nudge farmers towards adopting them.
The Sharing Economy May Not Be As Eco-Friendly As You Think
We reached out to Laura Straeter and Jessica Exton, two behavioral scientists at ING, a Dutch bank, to learn more about their research on how the sharing economy may not be as sustainable as we think.
TDL Perspectives: Addressing The Climate Crisis With Behavioral Science
Climate change is one of the defining environmental challenges of our time. As it turns out, behavioral science insights can help explain why we struggle to take action against climate change and what some potential solutions might be.
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.