Using Evidence from BeSci for Climate Action in Development Contexts

Behavioural science can contribute to realising positive environmental and development outcomes. Yet, evidence on which behavioural science tools work best for climate action is lacking. In an effort to close this gap, IFAD and the Green Climate Fund completed a map of the evidence in this area. This included 60 studies in a systematic review covering five intervention types, which found that reminders and feedback are effective behavioural approaches to improving intermediate and final outcomes, respectively. This session summarises findings of this work and includes panel presentations and debate with speakers from IFAD, the Green Climate Fund, Busara Center, ideas42 and Rare.

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