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Bags of nudges

(featured image credit: Mitchell Haindfield CC BY) The British government is planning to double the charge for single-use plastic shopping bags, to reduce their usage further. Will this work? I am pretty sure that you, like so many environmentally conscious … Continue reading

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A token of appreciation

(featured image credit: Crishna Simmons) About the remarkably behavioural approach supermarkets have taken to buff up their image and engage their customers in the process Companies are learning that being seen to ‘do the right thing’ is good for their brand … Continue reading

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