Developing effective solutions that work for all
UK Science and Innovation Network
European Roundtable on the Role of Behaviour for Net-Zero
The UK Science and Innovation Network (FCDO), in collaboration with the Swedish Climate Policy Council and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, tasked Behaven with organising a roundtable discussion between policy, industry and academic experts on the role of behaviour change in achieving net-zero emissions.
How can we go beyond raising awareness and providing information to encourage proper waste disposal? How can behavioural science be used to develop more effective sorting and littering strategies? Since 2020, Bruxelles-Propreté has been collaborating with Behaven on these issues.
Sustainable Diets Pathways for 25-34 y/o
As part of the #Eat4Change programme, WWF-UK wanted to better understand and address the intention-behaviour gap among 25-34 year olds, an age group that is open to reducing meat consumption and eating more healthily but is also among the largest meat consumers.
MaaS Behaviour Change
In the context of their MaaS (Mobility as a Service) project, STIB-MIVB, the public transportation operator of the Brussels-Capital Region, asked Behaven to assist them in finding solutions to reduce car usage in and around Brussels.
We Are Park campaign
The number of visitors to Brussels parks increased as a result of the Covid-19 crisis, as did the volume of waste. As a result, Brussels Environment wanted to create a campaign to encourage summer visitors to properly manage their waste.