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6 tips for a successful behavioural change programme



Behavioural sciences are not accurate sciences. And it’s not easy to successfully engage a behavioural change programme, especially when behaviour changes need some sacrifices and utility loss, such as, in climate change case, travelling less, eating less meat, buying less electronically stuff and so on.


Between 2010 and 2012, a programme of research into climate change relevant behaviours has been taken forward by the Scottish Government. Drawing learning, the programme argues that influencing behaviour is crucial, and offers some thinking about how this might be done. Here are 6 tips the late programme’s results highlight:

The Conundrum - David OWEN

The book about Energy Efficiency all European leaders should read

There are people like Jean-Marc JANCOVICI or David OWEN, who try to rectify journalists mistakes, approximations and falsehood. In this very good book, David OWEN sets out to clarify concepts and to share some insightful rough estimates. While reading this book, you understand that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions, and often so-called Energy Efficiency solutions can be counter-productive.

Hybrid cars, fast trains, energy-efficient light bulbs, solar panels, carbon offsets… Forget everything you ever thought you knew about living green. The Conundrum is a mind-changing manifesto about the environment, efficiency and the real path to sustainability.