An online discussion on Teams, of current research into how nudge theory can be used to influence individual choices regarding the environment.
Speakers include: -
Dr Lorenzo Lotti, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources
Arianna Buratto, PhD candidate, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources
Dr Sophie Johnson, Deputy Chief Analyst at Westminster City Council
David Chapman, Sustainability Champion, Estates Department, University of Warwick
Bret Willers, Head of Service for Sustainability and Climate Change, Coventry City Council
Nudge theory believes that people make the majority of their decisions instinctively rather than through rational thought. How can your behaviour be influenced by subtle ‘nudges’? Join Warwick's Dr Lory Barile and guests for an online discussion and Q&A on Nudge Theory and how it can be used to influence your individuals’ habits to help save the environment! Do we need to nudge you to attend?!
Dr Lory Barile, Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at Warwick
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