Inspiring sustainable behaviour

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I was very honoured to the be the keynote speaker at the ‘Together Towards A low Carbon Future’ Conference run by @ESBGroup & @iiea on the 23rd Nov, 2017, Dublin, Ireland. "Disrupting habitual behaviour is the key to allowing us to make deliberative decisions rather than automatic ones" says @oliverpayne at #TakeCharge2017 Conference on how […]

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UK’s low carbon rewards launch today – Ed Milliband

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[tweetmemeonly] The Government’s [ax][/ax]Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC EES) for organisations launched today. “From today the rewards for businesses and householders who act to cut their carbon emissions really start to pay off. It’s no longer simply about doing the right thing for the environment, it’s now a sure-fire financial investment.” Secretary of […]

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5 incentives that create sustainable behaviour

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The coming Carbon Reduction Commitment measures and demands business pay for any increase in carbon output. Most businesses see technological advance as the only way to manage carbon output. Few consider their human capital as…

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Don’t sweat the small stuff (no really, don’t)

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We all love these facts: If mobile phones chargers were left plugged in and switched on they would consume enough electricity to power 66,000 homes for a year. It sounds good. It sounds like you could make a difference by switching chargers off…

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