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Join the 10YFP Sustainable Lifestyles and Education Programme to learn of best practices in applying behavioural insights to reduce plastic use. This webinar will specifically explore the use of nudging and communication campaigns as environmental policy tools.

Topics and subtopics

Economy : Sustainable lifestylesGovernance : Public policy

Event contact:

Aina Virginia Bituin Erikssonaina.eriksson@sei.org

How can behavioural insights and communication campaigns be used in environmental policymaking?

Two new reports generated within the SLE Programme highlight how to redesign choice structures and influence individual behaviour in order to reduce single-use plastic use.

The first report, Next Steps in Tackling Plastic Litter: A Nudging Strategy for Reducing Consumption of Single-Use Disposable Cups explores how behavioural insights can be used to develop different options to nudge consumer preferences from single-use cups to more sustainable alternatives.

The second report, Reducing Plastic Pollution: Campaigns that Work, provides insights and examples on how to maximise the effectiveness of campaigns for sustainable plastic consumption. The research specifically looks at how campaigns from non-governmental organisations, companies and government can use more effective behaviour change strategies to influence individuals’ sustainable use of plastic.

This free webinar gathers representatives from the Swedish Ministry of the Environment, UNEP’s One Planet Plastics Initiative, policy advisors from the Swedish EPA, and waste reduction experts from the NPO WRAP.

Image: OceanCleanUpGroup /Unsplash

Agenda

  • 14.00 – 14:15 Opening remarks
    • Andrea Norgren, Co-Lead 10YFP Sustainable Lifestyles and Education Programme
    • Ministry of Environment, Sweden – speaker TBA
    • UNEP One Planet Plastics Initiatives – speaker TBA
  • 14:15 – 14:35 Report Highlights
    • Niklas Laninge – author of Next Steps in Tackling Plastic Litter: A Nudging Strategy for Reducing Consumption of Single-Use Disposable Cups 
    • Ellie Moss – author of Reducing Plastic Pollution: Campaigns that Work 
  • 14:35 – 15:00 Panel discussion, moderated by Stephen Stone, UNEP.  The panel includes:
    • Ellie Moss, Founder Moss & Mollusk Consulting
    • Niklas Laninge, Director behavioral insights at PBM Sweden AB
    • Ficre Zehaie, Policy Advisor Swedish EPA
    • WRAP UK – speaker TBA
  • 15:00 – 15:15 Q+A and closing remarks

Join the discussion

This webinar is free and only requires registration 

Register here