The climatic changes that have been increasingly observed in recent years are to a large extent driven by human activities linked to energy overconsumption and overreliance on fossil energy sources. Developing a more sustainable energy use is one of the most pressing tasks facing our planet and its inhabitants. Using an interdisciplinary approach that combines psychology, affective sciences, behavioral economics, and neuroscience, our research group aims at contributing to this “energy turn” by trying to understand the factors and mechanisms that drive decisions related to energy consumption.
Tonight: Screening of Al Gore's new movie "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power" followed by a discussion with vice-mayor Sandrine Salerno and Prof. Brosch at the Cinelux.
We are happy to welcome Mario Herberz as a new PhD candidate to our team!
Feel good, stay green! Our latest paper is online.
We're hiring: PhD position available within the Consumer Decision and Sustainable Behavior Lab
Congratulations to our own Beatrice Conte and Jasmin Mahmoodi for winning the best paper awards at the 2017 International Conference on Environmental Psychology!
We participated in a very interesting conference by the Cour des Comptes on the role of behavioral insights in public policy. Click here to learn more about the Behavioral Insights Network at UniGE.
We are happy to welcome Kimberly Doell as a new postdoc to our team!
"Seeing Green" – Our new paper on identity-based climate change judgements is out now!