The Behavioural Economics Aiding Sustainable Transition (BEAST) project is funded by the Irish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and aims to generate essential information and analysis from the behavioural sciences to inform actions on climate change. The lead researcher is Dr Leonhard Lades. Feel free to get in touch if you are interested in this project (Leonhard.Lades@EnvEcon.ie)
On November 5th, Leonhard presented insights from the project in Cluj, Romania at the Cluj 2.1 | Innovation Fund - Urban Conversations Event. Some pictures are available at the Cluj Culture Center here.
We are happy to announce a workshop on Behavioural Science, Subjective Well-Being and the Environment funded by the project. It takes place on Friday November 16th, 12.00 pm to 3.00 pm in the UCD Geary [...]
Leonhard presented data on well-being and self-control in the Irish population at the Institute of Banking. We conducted this study with Amarach Research (https://amarach.com/) and asked almost 1000 Irish individuals to tell us about [...]
Happy to announce that @SEAI_ie's Research call for 2019 has a specific topic call for projects on "Changing Energy Behaviour in the Field" for field experiments. Up to €350,000 available over 12-36 months. We're also hosting a networking event for researchers & Industry 1/2