Job Announcement: Sustainable Consumption (Senior Manager, Thriving Cities Initiative)
2021-01-26 18:19:55 UTCSharing this job posting, as the City of Portland will be working closely with this person in our work to increase sustainable consumption behaviors, and I'd love to see a person with strong behavior change knowledge land in this position.
Please find the full details at the position listing.
Description & application: https://c40.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=87
Deadline: Friday, 5 February 2021
Location: North America / Copenhagen / Durban
- Extensive experience and expertise in theory and practice of sustainable consumption policies, sustainable behaviour and social change;
- Experience in theory and practice on community engagement and/or participatory processes to co-create campaigns for movement building and systemic change;
Re: Kerbside bin contamination programs and campaigns done using CBSM
2017-07-11 17:59:38 UTC
Hi Fiona - You may already have found what you were looking for, but I can recommend at least one CBSM-based campaign to reduce contamination from a Seattle, Washington based consulting firm, C+C. Here is a brief overview: http://cplusc.com/portfolio-items/waste-management/
You could reach out to C+C to get more details, I've seen them give full presentations on this and other similar recycling contamination reduction campaigns, and they might be open to sharing those presentations with you.
There are also some case studies on the Tools of Change website, including this one from Bankstown, Australia: http://www.toolsofchange.com/en/case-studies/detail/687
My office did a city-wide CBSM-based campaign when we changed our residential compost guidelines to include food along with yard waste a few years ago. We worked to get people to put food waste in their compost bin rather than their trash. If that's of interest, I'd be happy to share it with you.
I had a lovely visit to Ballarat last year, and would be happy to connect and offer any suggestions and lessons learned from our experience here in Portland.
Business Sustainability Advisor
City of Portland, Oregon
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