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University College London
Following the publication of a report on the role of behaviour change in sustainable diets, we are collaborating with UCL on additional research to inform a database of interventions specifically tailored to dietary behaviours, as part of their Behavioural Insights Exchange (BIX) programme.
We are honored to be a part of this global and collaborative network of applied practitioners who promote the application of behavioural science in society, communities and businesses around the world.
We are currently assembling a scientific committee that will serve as a sounding board for our client projects. Some of the best experts in the field of behavioural science applied to energy, food, mobility, waste, water or consumer goods will serve on the committee.
Collaboration is in our DNA, and we are happy to work with additional experts as needed. This includes existing clients' partners, such as those in market research or communications.