Climate Action Series: Sustainable Behaviour

Details
Date:

March 27

Time:

02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/climate-action-series-sustainable-behaviour-tickets-853801371887
Organizer

Insights North East

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/insights-north-east-59519881973
Venue

Armstrong Building, Room 3.38

Armstrong Building Room 3.38, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU

Newcastle upon Tyne, England, GB, NE1 7RU

A climate action seminar delving into the intersection of environmental design and behavioural psychology to foster sustainability.

This is a hybrid event. To attend online, please fill out this form.

Join us for our first climate action seminar on sustainable behaviour where we delve into the fascinating intersection of environmental design and behavioral psychology to foster sustainability. This seminar will showcase cutting-edge research highlighting how the built environment, personal identity, human nature, personal motivations, and the design of our surroundings influence our behaviours. Experts in the field will provide comprehensive insights into how these factors can be strategically aligned to facilitate sustainable behaviours, promoting a more environmentally friendly and sustainable future.

Through interactive presentations, participants will explore innovative strategies and practical solutions designed to encourage sustainable living practices. Whether you’re a professional in the environmental sector, a policy maker, or simply someone interested in promoting sustainability within your community, this seminar offers valuable knowledge and tools to drive positive change. Join us in our mission to pave the way for a greener, more sustainable world.

Speakers:

  • Professor Helen Goworek, Professor in Marketing, Durham University
  • Dr Ayse Ozbil Torun, Professor in Architecture and Built Environment, Northumbria University
  • Dr Luca Panzone, Senior Lecturer in Consumer Behaviour, Newcastle University
  • Dr Stephanie Wilkie, Associate Professor in Environmental Psychology, University
    of Sunderland