Behavioral Insights for Climate Action
How can understanding human behavior speed meaningful climate action?
The Geneva Science-Policy Interface, the SDG Lab and the Université de Genève are pleased to invite you to the next Behavioral Insight event featuring the launch of a new GSPI Policy Brief on Behavioral Insights for Climate Action, authored by Professor Tobias Brosch from the University of Geneva.
Welcome - Nicolas Seidler, Executive Director, GSPI
Presentation of the policy brief - Professor Tobias Brosch, University of Geneva
Panel discussion: Using Behavioral Insights in Climate Policies -
- Moderated by Kali Taylor, International Institute for Sustainable Development / SDG Lab
- Chris Beaton, Senior Policy Advisor, International Institute for Sustainable Development
- UNEP (TBC)
- Michèle Mischler, Head of Swiss Public Affairs and Sustainability, World Economic Forum
- Jean Pierre Reymond, Ambassador, Swiss Mission to the United Nations
Discussion with the audience
Cocktails and networking
A registration link will be shared closer to the date.
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