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- 13th Oct 2022
Should banks encourage green behaviours?
Given the wealth of data they hold, banks are very well placed to provide timely and personalised advice on sustainability of purchases
- 6th Oct 2022
Partnership with PolicyGarage
Key to BIT’s ethos is our partnership-led approach. Over the last 10 years we’ve been lucky enough to partner with hundreds of ambitious and innovative organisations and governments around the world. In the last couple of months one of these exciting partnerships has involved working with Policy Garage, a public…
- 5th Oct 2022
Investors are stuck between climate commitments and action
Many financial institutions have announced major climate commitments. Are they real shifts or just empty claims to capitalise on greener consumer preferences?
- 29th Sep 2022
We need to talk about climate. But how?
From a behavioural perspective, communicating climate change is rife with difficulties
- 28th Sep 2022
Supporting employees to save via Credit Unions in Northern Ireland
Payroll saving schemes can help people struggling to save but they are only offered by about 3% of UK employers with over 100 employees and take-up rates are in the single digits.
- 23rd Sep 2022
People don’t know what to do in extreme heat
Now is the best time to prepare for next summer’s extreme heat.
- 22nd Sep 2022
Supply side reform for the 2020s
After a decade of flatlining productivity there is a huge opportunity for next generation supply-side reforms to unleash the UK economy
- 21st Sep 2022
Managing ‘in office days’ - are your policies behavioural enough?
Applying an evidence-based and behavioural lens to the challenge of hybrid work
- 20th Sep 2022
How can citizens shape the future of social media platforms?
An everyday genius of humans is that we collaborate and cooperate to get things done. We share with others our thoughts and values, and they in turn share, support, and challenge. However, this process can also create the conditions for offence, misunderstanding and conflict. Nowhere do we see this more…
- 2nd Sep 2022
Trapped in our habits? Energy and behaviour
As households across the world wrestle with rising prices, it’s making us all look harder at how we can cut bills and consumption.