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New evidence library on pro-environmental behaviour

The Sustainable Scotland Network reports on a new library of evidence on pro-environmental behaviours and behaviour change from Scottish Government Online.

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The Scottish Government’s Climate Change Behaviours Research Programme (CCBRP) has produced a document library containing sources of evidence on pro-environmental behaviours and behaviour change.

The Influencing Behaviours Evidence Library brings many key evidence sources on pro-environmental behaviour change together in one place and allows quick access to those freely available online.

The library covers literature on a range of topics including: travel behaviours, home energy, food choices, behaviour change theory, and communicating climate change messages.

The library contains brief descriptions of the content of each document and links to access them on the web, as well as basic information such as titles, authors and keywords.

This resource will be of interest to those involved in climate change research, policy or communications, as well as anyone involved in designing and running behaviour change initiatives.

The intention is for the evidence library to be updated with new publications on a quarterly basis.

More information

Influencing Behaviours Evidence Library: available to download.


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