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Calgary’s Workshift

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WORKshift was a federally funded initiative that sought to accelerate the adoption of telework within the business community in Calgary. Working with chief officers and directors …
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ClimateSmart Home Service, Queensland, Australia

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In 2009, the ClimateSmart Home Service program was launched by Local Government Infrastructure Services (LGIS) in Queensland, Australia. This program aimed to reduce the electrici…
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Chicago’s Go Program

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Chicago’s Go Program was designed to help residents walk, bike, ride transit, and use bike share more frequently while driving alone less often. Outside of promoting alternative f…
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City of Austin’s Leave Time Travel Incentive

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Seattle’s Just One Trip Phase II

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Vancouver’s Employee Trip Reduction Program

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Stepping It Up

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Portland’s Smart Trips Welcome Program

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Behavior Change for Nature: A Behavioral Science Toolkit for Practitioners

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Julie Cook Kitchener October 21, 2020 06:04 PM
Hi all, I just lectured about biodiversity loss at the University of Waterloo, and have recently come across a fabulous behaviour change toolkit for practitioners working in the …

Creating Citizen Choice Architects

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Hi everyone, Perhaps many of you are familiar with 'nudges', those positive, gentle actions that persuade people to engage in particular behaviours (e.g. setting healthy food at …

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