Climate Emergency: Applying Behaviour Change Techniques

Climate Emergency: Applying Behaviour Change Techniques

This webinar will look at how Councils can use behavioural change techniques in their services to work with communities and change their behaviour. It will feature councils who have used behavioural change techniques to tackle the biggest challenges of our day – climate emergency and health inequalities and will also look at how the LGA is taking a regional approach in supporting councils to run behaviour change projects to combat these challenges.

Funded by Government, the webinar is open to all sectors to boost the adoption of behaviour change for local government.

Confirmed speakers:
Katie Patrick, Engineer, Designer, Behaviouralist
Vickie Rowland, Public Health Practitioner, London Borough of Havering
Stephanie Renucci, Founder, Unpitched
Nicola Plummer, Performance and Projects Officer, New Forest District Council
Nicky Knowles, Senior Public Health Specialist, Bradford City Council
Professor Madelynne Arden, Professor of Health Psychology and Director of the Centre for Behavioural Science and Applied Psychology, Sheffield Hallam University

Useful links:
Behavioural insights
LGA behavioural insights podcast

Event date Tue 22 Feb 2022 10:00
Event Ends Tue 22 Feb 2022 11:45
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Event Categories External Events, Climate