How Our Minds Make Us Behave Sustainably

How Our Minds Make Us Behave Sustainably

Joe Arvai is invited by the Guardian Sustainable Business blog to contribute a series on thinking fast and slow: how our minds make us behave sustainably.
NBS April 4, 2012
We’re pleased Joe Arvai, co-author of NBS’s comprehensive report Decision-making for Sustainability released in February, was invited by the Guardian Sustainable Business blog to contribute a three-part series on thinking fast and thinking slow: how our minds make us behave sustainably.

In this series, Joe argues that understanding the way we make decisions can help nudge us into making sustainable choices, and he features many examples from the report. Read the first article here.

Dr. Arvai is Svare Chair in Applied Decision Research at the Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment, and Economy, Haskayne School of Business, The University of Calgary.

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