ESRC IAA fund further development of behaviour change toolkit
24 February 2018
Claire Hoolohan, Research Associate at the Tyndall Centre, is named researcher on a recently awarded ESRC Impact Accelerator Account to further develop the findings from her PhD, along with those of colleagues in SEED and the University of Sheffield.
The project looks to develop a toolkit to support policymakers and practitioners in developing effective demand management intervention programmes in numerous sectors. Project partners include Defra, Waterwise, Northumbrian Water Group and the Food Standards Agency.