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What’s pants, but could save your life?

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A West Midlands National Health Service (NHS) program, ‘what’s pants, but could save your life?’ was designed to achieve a sustained increase in cervical screening amongst women 2…
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Shower Feedback in Switzerland

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In 2012, ETH Zurich recruited 697 households from a 5,000-household sample provided by the utility company ewz to participate in the shower feedback pilot, a program designed to p…
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British Columbia’s Way to Go! Program

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British Columbia’s Way to Go! program was created in response to data that showed a sharp increase in the number of students traveling to school by car between 1984 and 1994. Conc…
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Alameda’s Green Purchasing Program

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As part of Alameda County’s (California, USA) goal to achieve a minimum 15% reduction in operational greenhouse gas emissions, the County’s Climate Executive Committee identified …
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Europe’s Energy Neighborhoods

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Based on a campaign run in Belgium in 2003, Europe’s Energy Neighborhoods was a program designed to allow neighborhoods to ‘bet’ with their municipalities that they could reduce e…
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HSBC Clean Air Achievers

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HSBC’s Clean Air Achievers was a free program offered to Canadian students in grades 5 through 9 with two main goals: (1) to produce fewer greenhouse gasses (GHG) through reducing…
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Senegal: A Handwashing Behavior Change Journey

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With assistance from the Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), the Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing with Soap (PPPHW) was created in Senegal in 2003. Based on an initial s…
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GCC Active and Safe Routes to School (2008 on)

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First implemented in 1997, Green Communities Canada’s national Active and Safe Routes to School Program (GCC’s ASRTS) saw great initial success, though over time, individual schoo…
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How a call for behavior change led to innovative solutions to better hand hygiene in a hospital in Denmark

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After observations revealed that hand hygiene compliance during critical moments of care was lacking in Aarhus University Hospital’s oncology department, a team made up of behavio…
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Eat Smart to Play Hard

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Eat Smart to Play Hard (ESPH) was an obesity prevention campaign designed to increase fruit and vegetable consumption among 8–11-year-olds in both urban and rural school settings.…
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