Surveys on Recycling Knowledge

Ashton Knatz Big Sky Jan 10, 2024 18:09 pm
Hi all! I'd like to distribute surveys to employees at my organization to gauge their current level of recycling knowledge and what the barriers are to recycling properly. I work…

Behavioural insights for environmental impact summit

Julie Cook Kitchener Jan 9, 2024 14:47 pm
Hi all,    There’s an exciting interactive summit coming up in Washington, D.C. on June 11th, hosted by Rare’s Center for Behavior & the Environment. It’s a day-long conference th…

Happy Holidays!

Julie Cook Kitchener Dec 18, 2023 3:42 am
Hi all, As we near the end of 2023, I'd like to say a few words about empathy. Empathy is a perhaps overlooked yet critically important aspect of the work that we do as behaviour…

Social media for behaviour change toolkit

Julie Cook Kitchener Dec 12, 2023 19:15 pm
Hi all,   If you’re looking for information on how to run a social media for behaviour change campaign, the International Federation of the Red Cross and USAID have teamed up to p…

EV sales are up worldwide: Are incentives working?

Julie Cook Kitchener Dec 5, 2023 20:22 pm
Hi all, Since world leaders are gathered at the UN's Climate Change Conference (COP 28) right now, I thought I'd share some good news related to the adoption of electric vehicle…

How cities get “unstuck” in the face of environmental degradation

Julie Cook Kitchener Nov 29, 2023 20:47 pm
Hi all,   There’s an interesting article from Behavioral Scientist related to how societies (and on a smaller scale, cities) can apply policies in various ways to shift from envir…

North American Social Marketing Conference 2024 – registration open!

Julie Cook Kitchener Nov 22, 2023 21:24 pm
Hi all,    The North American Social Marketing conference registration is now open. The conference takes place from May 15 to May 18, 2024 at the breathtaking Clearwater Beach in …

Do people 'read signs'?

Teresa Prokopanko Nov 20, 2023 21:00 pm
In a number of instances in my work lately, I've had pushback from colleagues saying "Unfortunately, most people will not read signage" and similar. While I accept that in some ca…

Book recommendation: Transformative Incrementalism - A Journey to Sustainability

Julie Cook Kitchener Nov 15, 2023 13:55 pm
Hi everyone,   I’d like to introduce you to an interesting book called Transformative Incrementalism: A Journey to Sustainability. The book is about the way that practical progres…

UNICEF's Social & Behavioural Change programme guidance

Julie Cook Kitchener Nov 10, 2023 13:46 pm
Hi all,   I've just discovered a social and behavioural change (SBC) resource published by UNICEF that includes a lot of useful information in it for behaviour change professional…
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