Changing Minds: Tools from Behavioural Science

Changing Minds: Tools from Behavioural Science

3rd October 2017, 10AM – 4PM

Armada House, Bristol

In the lead up to Communicate 2017, this exciting, new, one-day event took a focused look at behavioural science:

Understanding how people think, feel and respond to information is vital to successfully communicating environmental issues and influencing positive change. Expert researchers and communications practitioners brought together a diverse range of perspectives, using behavioural sciences to explore and influence a shifting landscape of echo-chambers, divisive opinions and fake news.

85 delegates came together for the day to discuss, debate and build a vital communications toolkit for the coming year using new insights into behavioural psychology and sociology.


LOOK WHO’S TALKING – view speaker list

Delegate pass – £60 +VAT SOLD OUT  – This event is sold out and has now passed.

Changing Minds Presentations

Missed Changing Minds on October 3rd or need to refresh your memory? Have a look at the presentations from the day.

01. Changing minds whos in the room from Tim Scoones

02. Changing minds – Practitioner’s perspective from Simon Garrett

04. Changing Minds – how people make convictions from Dr Kris De Meyer

05. Changing minds – interdisciplinary tools for behaviour change from Dr Fiona Spotswood
06. Changing minds – our future with clean air – ClairCity from Laura Fogg-Rogers, Dr Corra Boushel and Dr Tim Chatterton

07. Changing minds – Puppies, kittens and the psychology of irrational from Justine Williams

08. Changing minds – beyond contact, nature connection from Dr Ryan Lumber