Organisé par Prosocial Schools

Improving the Impact – Behavioural Science for Environmental Education


An understanding of human behaviour and behaviour change is essential for effective climate action. It is well understood that human behaviours are largely driving environmental destruction and climate change. However, lesser understood is how to leverage human behaviour as a driver of climate action.

Through a 2-part lab series, we will explore how human behaviour can be brought into your educational programmes and used to increase the impact of your lessons and resources. These labs will be delivered in partnership with the YUNGA global partnership, OpenEvo, UN CC:learn, UNEP and Johns Hopkins University. Experts will share their experiences training educators about human behaviour, understanding environmental education through behavioural science and will provide real case studies and resources that have utilised behavioural science to inform their educational projects.

The labs will also provide you with an opportunity to consider how you teach your programmes and how you can benefit from behavioural science and an increased understanding of human behaviour. Experts will provide feedback and we will discuss follow up support after the workshops to continue to increase the impact of your programmes.

Mercredi 25 Janvier 2023

17:00 CET, UTC+1h

  • Environnement & Durabilité
  • Enseignement primaire & secondaire

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  • Événement en ligne
  • Anglais

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