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Changing Behaviour is a project that aims to support change in energy use and energy services. We do so by applying social research on technological change to practical use. Our focus is on the interaction between energy experts and energy users: How can these different groups learn to understand each other better?

Changing Behaviour is an action research project. Researchers and practitioners work together to develop, test and refine tools for improved interaction that are sensitive to context, timing and the needs of different users and stakeholders.

Changing Behaviour is a European project that is funded by the EU 7th Framework Programme Energy theme (contract number: 213217). The project partners are from Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands and the UK.
New articles address learning and intermediaries
Wednesday, 22 September 2010 14:19

iStock_000009029081XSmall.jpgTwo new papers by ECN members of the CHANGING BEHAVIOUR team address learning and the role of intermediaries. Julia Backhaus' paper  Intermediaries as Innovating Actors in the Transition to a Sustainable Energy System, published in Central European Journal of Public Policy, examines how research and policy can support intermediaries in their valuable but often unappreciated work to reduce energy demand. Backhaus and colleagues have also examined the role of tools vs. personal interaction in the paper Learning in single & double loops – interaction as key to scientific & practical insights presented at the EASST Conference 2010 in Trento, Italy.

 
Meet us at ERSCP/EMSU 2010 in Delft
Monday, 06 September 2010 15:06

worlde_erscp.jpgWe are presenting a number of
papers and posters at the ERSCP/ESMU 2010 conference in Delft, the Netherlands, October 25-29, 2010.

The title of the conference is Knowledge Collaboration for Sustainable Development. It is organized jointly by two organizations, European Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP) and Environmental Management for Sustainable Universities (EMSU). The conference will be held simultaneously in Delft and Cape Town, South Africa. You can read more and register here: http://www.erscp-emsu2010.org/

CHANGING BEHAVIOUR partners ECN (Energy research Centre Netherlands), National Consumer Research Centre, Oeko-Institute and GreenDependent Sustainable Solutions Association all have papers or posters at the conference. Topics include action research, learning, sustainable consumption, community, social context – and of course, energy behaviour change. We hope to see you there!
 

 
Newsletter 1/2010
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 11:19

newsletter 5 frontpage_1.jpgOur fifth Newsletter just came out! Highlights include:

  • Make Energy Change Happen Toolkit
  • Power Agents pilot project - kids as energy detectives 
  • Special session at Berlin Energy Days 
  • Recommendations for energy efficiency policy makers
  • Our rating of expert advice on how to change efficiency behaviours and engage communities
  • New thesis on how interemediaries can translate end-users' concerns

We hope you enjoy our Newsletter, and have a nice and relaxing summer!

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