Project documents

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Latest documents

  • Behaviour Biodiversity Policy

    Using biodiversity to persuade: A discourse analysis

    The meaning we assign to the world around us influences the way we behave and treat things. Therefore, it is of great importance to better understand how society views and understands fundamental challenges of our time, such as biodiversity loss. This knowledge will help to make social, political, or economic interventions more effective in preserving [...]

  • Behaviour Biodiversity Policy

    The report collects and classifies a range of frameworks, theories, models, and concepts across a gradient of intrapersonal, interpersonal, and institutional levels of intervention to provide an inventory of behavioural- and social science theories. This can give insights about disciplinary assumptions about behaviour and decision-making that may influence biodiversity.

  • Behaviour Biodiversity Policy

    Despite the potential of the framework, empirical applications of leverage points to test different types of interventions to trigger behavioural change towards biodiversity prioritisation, across sectors, geographies, and intersectionality dimensions, remain either largely absent or very fragmented. Thus, it is relevant to assess and collate theories of behaviour, decision-making and change for better understanding how they [...]

All documents

  • Behaviour Biodiversity
    Research report

    This report introduces a directory of 100 key intervention methods most suitable for biodiversity decision making contexts, organised across three main categories: experiential games; framing and nudging experiments; and creative, arts-based and deliberative methods.  

  • Behaviour Biodiversity
    Research report

    To tackle this interlinkage of inequalities in the field of biodiversity, PLANET4B aims at utilizing the concept of intersectionality. Intersectionality highlights that race, gender, disability, sexuality, class, age, and other social categories are interrelated and lead to different levels of power and oppression influenced by forces like colonialism and neoliberalism.  

  • Behaviour Biodiversity Policy
    Research report

    Using biodiversity to persuade: A discourse analysis

    The meaning we assign to the world around us influences the way we behave and treat things. Therefore, it is of great importance to better understand how society views and understands fundamental challenges of our time, such as biodiversity loss. This knowledge will help to make social, political, or economic interventions more effective in preserving and enhancing biodiversity and also help communicate adequately about the issue of biodiversity loss. The [...]

  • Behaviour Biodiversity Policy
    Research report

    The report collects and classifies a range of frameworks, theories, models, and concepts across a gradient of intrapersonal, interpersonal, and institutional levels of intervention to provide an inventory of behavioural- and social science theories. This can give insights about disciplinary assumptions about behaviour and decision-making that may influence biodiversity.

  • Behaviour Biodiversity Policy
    Workshop report

    Despite the potential of the framework, empirical applications of leverage points to test different types of interventions to trigger behavioural change towards biodiversity prioritisation, across sectors, geographies, and intersectionality dimensions, remain either largely absent or very fragmented. Thus, it is relevant to assess and collate theories of behaviour, decision-making and change for better understanding how they can inform biodiversity decision-making and action. This report presents the details of PLANET4B’s workshop on [...]

  • Policy
    Research report

    The objective of this synergies strategy is to set out how cooperation with other projects and initiatives may take place to maximise existing synergies and increase PLANET4B’s impact, describes the different types of external projects and initiatives that PLANET4B can collaborate with, and sets out a seven-step process for identifying synergies with a repertoire of existing projects and initiatives with similar focus.