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Sasha Tregebov

Sasha is the Director of BIT Canada, leading BIT's team in Toronto and its work across Canada. BIT Canada works with a wide range of Canadian organizations that are dedicated to social impact. We have done work with the Government of British Columbia's Public Service Agency, Environment and Climate Change…

  • Report
  • 30th Nov 2017

Evaluating the Nest Learning Thermostat

Four field experiments evaluating the energy saving potential of Nest's Smart Heating Control

  • Blog
  • 22nd Dec 2017

The case for turkey sandwiches, and other food for thought this Christmas

With Christmas around the corner, many of us in the UK find ourselves frantically purchasing vast amounts of food. Turkeys, Christmas puddings, mince pies – all must-haves for Christmas day. Unilever estimated that during Christmas, on average, 263,000 turkeys, 740,000 slices of Christmas pudding and 7.5 million mince pies go…

  • Blog
  • 10th Sep 2018

How new number plates could green Britain's roads

Yesterday Chris Grayling announced a consultation on green number plates as part of efforts to increase ownership of zero emission vehicles and cut Britain’s carbon emissions. The idea, already implemented in countries like Norway, Canada, and China, would make electric and hydrogen cars much more visible on our roads. We…

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Heng Hwee Koh

Heng Hwee is a Senior Advisor in the Singapore office working on a range of issues including inequality, sustainability, and international development. Her particular focus is on applying behavioural insights to digital behaviours. Before joining BIT, Heng Hwee worked with the Institute of Policy Studies to investigate socio-geographical differences in…

  • Report
  • 24th Jan 2019

The Behavioural Insights Team Annual Update Report 2017-18

Latest results from the team, covering issues from healthcare to humanitarian aid.

  • Case study
  • 24th Jan 2019

Promoting sustainable diets

One lifestyle choice in particular is now recognised as a major part of the problem: our food.

  • Blog
  • 22nd Mar 2019

Applying behavioural science to manage England’s water resources

The world is running out of water, but surely not ‘rainy Britain’, right?

  • Report
  • 4th Apr 2019

Behavior Change For Nature: A Behavioral Science Toolkit for Practitioners

We are fortunate to live in a world filled with both an abundance and diversity of life. Yet the growing scale and impact of human behaviour pose a grave risk to the natural world in irreversible ways. Deforestation, overfishing, ocean plastics, biodiversity loss, and climate change are increasingly threatening the…

Also available in: Español

  • Report
  • 4th Apr 2019

Cambio de comportamiento para la naturaleza: Una caja de herramientas de las ciencias del comportamiento para agentes de cambio

Somos afortunados de vivir en un mundo lleno de abundancia y diversidad de vida. Sin embargo, la escala y el impacto crecientes del comportamiento humano representan un grave riesgo para el mundo natural de manera irreversible. La deforestación, la sobrepesca, los plásticos en los océanos, la2019-Behavior-Change-for-Nature-Spanish.pdf pérdida de biodiversidad y…

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