'We need to make sacrifices': Inside one London council's quest to spur green public behaviour change

Michael Holder
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Credit: Waltham Forest Borough Council
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Credit: Waltham Forest Borough Council

Waltham Forest Borough Council has launched a campaign to raise awareness of individual behaviours that can support climate action

For anyone working in climate policy, whether in the private or public sector, public engagement and behaviour change are always front of mind. Debates have raged over how best to encourage the public...

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