Today’s environmental toolkit relies mostly on regulations, taxes and fines, and awareness campaigns. What if we used behavioral insights to expand the toolkit, enhance the tools we’re currently using, and empower practitioners working on today’s biggest environmental challenges?
Rare’s Center for Behavior & the Environment and The Behavioural Insights Team are doing just that with the release of a new toolkit Behavior Change for Nature: A Behavioral Science Toolkit for Practitioners, which includes 15 behavioral strategies to help practitioners encourage behavior change, along with tips on how to apply them.
This webinar highlights several of these behavioral strategies, and how they could be applied to environmental challenges around the globe. (Due to technical issues, we highly recommend you view with captioning on.)