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Video Review: Top 10 Myths of Behaviour Change

Laurence Menhinick watches a 30 minute video on behaviour change and comes away impressed… “ People just don’t care and are too lazy to do anything about climate change” “All it needs to work is regulations or incentives” “We need … Continue reading

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Professor Geoff Beattie interviewed about behaviour change

Professor Beattie, author of “ Why Aren’t we Saving the Planet?”(reviewed here) talks to MCFly writer Laurence Menhinick about his research and his conclusions about between our explicit behaviour (what we say we do) and implicit behaviour (what we actually … Continue reading

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Book Review: Why Aren’t We Saving the Planet?: A Psychologist’s Perspective

Laurence Menhinick the Prolific reviewed this book before interviewing its author. who is a Manchester-based academic. The interview will appear on this website very soon. Why Aren’t We Saving the Planet?: A Psychologist’s Perspective Beattie, G., 2010, Routledge, London and … Continue reading

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URGENT: Stakeholder Conference (Fri March 16) Book Now!

Tickets are on a first come, first served basis, and there are not hundreds  left.  It’s from 12.30pm on Friday 16th March, at Manchester Metropolitan University. So, beg, borrow or scrounge enough annual leave (if you’re a wage slave), and … Continue reading

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