Climate & Energy
Bridging the gap between climate change anxiety and concrete action is the most pressing challenge of our day. Behavioral design offers a way forward, helping us to overcome the behavioral inertia that is entrenching our old habits.
See how we’re applying the insights of behavioral science to promote sustainable behaviors, maximize the impact of environmental campaigns, and work toward a cleaner, more future-friendly society.
Sustainable Travel Incentive Design
Measure behavior patterns to understand and segment users and design & test empirically-informed interventions - from off-peak driver discounts and carpooling incentives to public transit map redesign - that promote more sustainable travel choices
Pro-social Choice Architecture
Promote sustainable behaviors like reduced energy consumption or adoption of green alternatives at both the consumer and organizational levels by tapping into psychological dimensions that go beyond purely economic incentives
Leverage the scientific method to reimagine CSR campaigns in a way that avoids greenwashing and focuses on real environmental impact
Some of the companies that use our insights
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Increasing Clean Cookstove Adoption through behavioral diagnostics
In Uganda, unsafe cookstoves are a major health risk. We worked with the World Bank to encourage clean cookstove adoption.
Consumer Perception of a Company's Sustainable Practice Initiatives
We found that the consumers were significantly more willing to engage in business with companies that were framed as green.