Ipsos and the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations (CAST) discuss recent research findings on net zero policies and the steps required to engage the public and secure their support for the actions required to reach net zero.
In this webinar, our brilliant panel of speakers discuss how behavioural science can be used in policy development to encourage the British public to make transformational changes to how they live, work, travel and spend their leisure time.
Our speakers are:
Moira Nicolson, Behavioural Science Lead at the Cabinet Office
Philip Sellwood CBE, former CEO, Chair, SID, NED & Trustee specialising in the area of sustainable futures
Alex Sobel MP for Leeds North West and Chair of the Net Zero All-Party Parliamentary Group
Rachel Brisley, Head of Energy & Environment, Ipsos
Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, Director, Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations
Trinh Tu, Managing Director, Ipsos Public Affairs (Chair)
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