We are working with people with expertise and experience in the prioritised climate adaptation challenges to design behaviour change interventions.
Co-design is the act of creating with stakeholders (business or customers) specifically within the design development process to ensure the results meet their needs and are usable.
Climate adaptation is needed now to address the challenges from warming and climate variability already "locked in". But most adaptation researchers and practitioners agree that there is a gap between the urgency and scale of the challenge, and the observed changes in behaviour of key stakeholders and populations that build adaptive capacity needed to meet it.
If this sounds like your experience, behavioural public policy can help address this gap. If you can invest the time and enthusiasm, we can help you apply behaviour science tools to shared challenges. Participants design a behaviour change campaign supported by expert advice and research, alongside people who also share the challenge. Each team will come out of the process with a behaviour change intervention that at least one member is willing to implement in their work, and the others support.
Watch a recorded Q&A about the co-design process, which describes the Climate Adaptation Mission, the prioritised adaptation challenges, and what participating in the co-design process looks like.
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