Sustainability Directors' Roundtable: The role of behaviour change in achieving net zero

This event is intended specifically for Sustainability Directors. Numbers are strictly limited to ensure everyone is able to contribute to the conversation.

Attendance is by invitation; the invitees are carefully selected in line with The Whitehall and Industry Group’s charitable purpose, representing organisations from a variety of sectors, to bring a range of views and perspectives.

If you or a colleague would like to be considered for future roundtables in this series, then please feel free to email us on [email protected]


Join your peers across the sectors, and the Behavourial Insight team, for this session exploring the how learnings on behavioural change can be leveraged to drive environmental action, and vital changes to consumption patterns needed to achieve Net Zero.  

Speaker

  • Toby Park

    Head of Energy and Sustainability

    The Behavioural Insights Team, UK

    Toby leads the energy, environment and sustainability work at BIT, covering topics as diverse as domestic energy use, sustainable transport and wider pro-environmental behaviours including recycling, food consumption, air quality and water conservation. The energy and sustainability team also work closely with the productivity and economic growth team, with an interest in promoting sustainable business practice and green growth. Toby also works with our consumers team supporting our housing work. Toby’s background is originally in engineering, having spent a number of years running environmental impact assessments and acoustic design work for architectural and building services clients. He returned to academia to focus on social and cognitive psychology before joining BIT in 2014. He holds Masters degrees in Engineering (1st class) and Psychology (distinction).

 

 

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