Applying behaviour change techniques to the climate emergency, health inequalities and sustainable travel | 22 February 2022

Download presentations from our 2022 behavioural insights conference.

Using behavioural insights to address health inequalities in north-east London councils
Vickie Rowland, Public Health Practitioner from the London Borough of Havering
Stephanie Renucci, Founder, UNPITCHD

Using behaviour change to reduce the amount of littering in coastal areas
Stewart Phillips, Senior Street Scene Supervisor, New Forest District Council

Using behaviour change techniques to encourage active travel across the Yorkshire and Humber region
Nicky Knowles, Senior Behaviour Change Specialist, Public Health Wales (former Senior Public Health Specialist, Bradford Council)
Professor Madelynne Arden, Professor of Health Psychology, Director of the Centre for Behavioural Science and Applied Psychology, Sheffield Hallam University

Katie Patrick presentation
Katie Patrick designs
Earth imagine toolkit
Katie Patrick, Environmental Engineer and Software Designer

Q&A with Katie Patrick

Transcript of Q&A with Katie Patrick