21-Nov, 15:30 - 16:30
Behaviour Change: Changing thinking and practice for a circular transition
Perhaps one of the most complex parts of transitioning to a circular economy is collective behaviour change. In this interactive session, understand the key steps of a 'behavioural science approach' in achieving a circular economy, alongside a number of different case studies and successful examples. From community education and engagement programs, to working closely with stakeholders to explore design solutions and optimise resource efficiency, learn how you can normalise circular systems and behaviours in your setting. Identify and takeaway key tools to apply to policy and program interventions to achieve behaviour change for individuals, and across businesses, industries and even governments. The time for implementation and widespread change is now, and we are all part of this transformative movement.