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- 16th Jan 2023
New Results: Reducing food waste in the UAE's cafeterias
Ne'ma, UAE's National Food Loss and Waste Initiative (a collaboration of UAE's Ministry of Climate Change and Environment and the Emirates Foundation) asked BIT to build a picture of the behaviours driving the UAE’s food waste problem. BIT was then tasked with designing and testing interventions to tackle it.
- 3rd Jan 2023
New survey shows a UK energy-saving campaign is much needed
As the Northern Hemisphere’s heating season continues amid the biggest energy crisis since the 1970s, BIT conducted a survey with 2,022 UK home-owners and renters on views of energy saving
- 20th Dec 2022
Carbon Offsetting at BIT
BIT's committment to offsetting emissions from our flights and office energy consumption until we are carbon negative
- 19th Dec 2022
Reducing van deliveries in London
Reducing the environmental impact of the ‘last mile’ of deliveries between the transportation hub and customers’ homes
- 5th Dec 2022
Using behavioural science to redesign customer water bills
Redesigning water bills to save water using behavioural insights
- 1st Dec 2022
India’s global call for climate behaviour ideas
A call for empirically informed, measurable, and implementable ideas to deliver a sustainable future
Eva Myers is joint Director of Economic Policy with Nida Broughton in our UK office. She oversees BIT’s work on energy, environment and sustainability, diversity and inclusion as well as wider work on financial, consumer and business behaviour. Eva has over 15 years of international economic and financial policy experience…
- 8th Nov 2022
What is COP27 missing?
Behavioural strategies can and must play a major role in decarbonising our economies
- 1st Nov 2022
Five ways to cut your energy bill that actually work
We’ve been reviewing the evidence and have identified five actions households can take that will have meaningful impacts on their energy usage
- 25th Oct 2022
How can behavioural insights help save energy in the workplace?
Reducing energy usage at the workplace is not always as simple as just turning down the thermostat - employers must facilitate a shift in the way employees behave