The Climate Adaptation Mission led by BehaviourWorks Australia (BWA) and its partners explores how systemic behavioural public policy experiments could have a substantial impact on reducing projected harms from climate change.
It is part of the BWA Consortium, which has a focus on identifying shared policy challenges between partners and tackling them with behavioural approaches.
This Mission leverages the combined reach, resources and expertise of the following BWA Consortium partners: Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (Vic), Sustainability Victoria, The Shannon Company, and the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Water, and the Environment.
In 2021, we completed Phase 1 of the Climate Adaptation Mission: Scoping & Prioritisation.
This phase of the Mission involved coming to an agreement on the mission scope and choosing priority climate adaptation challenges to address through out co-design behaviour change trials.
For more information on this phase of the Mission, see under Scoping & Prioritisation.
We are now recruiting for participants to take part in Phase 2 of the Mission: Solution Co-Design.
Through Solution Co-design, our participants will work together in teams to design behaviour change interventions that addresses one of the priority challenges that we identified in the Scoping & Prioritisation phase.
The Solution Co-design phase will run from May-July 2022 where we will provide training and supporting research to help teams turn their ideas into feasible and scalable behaviour change trials.
For more information on Phase 2 of the Mission, and how to register to participant in the co-design phase, see under Solution Co-design.
If you're interested in participating in future Mission activities, provide your contact information in our survey below.
If you're interested in designing a behaviour change intervention to address climate adaptation challenges, fill in the form below and learn more about the process in our Solutions Co-design page.
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