Session 4: How To Be Heard in Times of Crisis

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Do you ever feel that your research isn’t ‘getting through’? Are you frustrated by the disconnect between research and action?

This interactive session shared insights into what works when communicating evidence. We examined how communication has been changed by the covid-19 pandemic and how we can apply the lessons from this change to our work in environmental economics.

This was the beginning of UKNEE's conversation about learning to integrate communication into our work from the start. More guests and topics will be announced as part of the 2021 webinar series.

The session was be chaired by Ece Ozdemiroglu, Founding Director of eftec. Ece was joined by

Dr Ganga Shreedhar, Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science, London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research looks at behaviourally smart information campaigns, nudges, and incentives to ultimately create sustainable habits.

Asif Noorani, Epiphany Productions. Epiphany’s work uses storytelling and TV production skills to connect strategy with behaviour to incite change.  

Date: 19 March 2021 Time: 16:00 – 17:00

To gain access to the recording of this session, you can join UKNEE here.