**This event has been postponed until further notice**
The Behavioural Science Group, the Environmental Policy Group, and the Energy Institute (and in particular ESIPP) at University College Dublin will co-host a workshop on Behavioural Science and Energy Policy on April 29th from 9 pm to 5 pm.
Registration is free but you need to register here.
The event will take place at the Geary Institute for Public Policy and will bring together academics and practitioners working at the intersection of psychology and economics on issues of relevance to energy policy. While the focus will be on behavioural economics in the energy sector, broader applications of behavioural science for the environment will be discussed as well.
The event will facilitate new connections which will help to build on the exciting work already happening in Ireland and Europe in this area. The afternoon will involve short presentations to showcase existing research, as well as networking activities to help sow the seeds for new partnerships and projects.
For more information see the workshop website.