Translating Knowledge on Behavior into Effective Interventions

The acquisition and use of clean and efficient cookstoves and fuels is influenced by multiple behavioral factors, from individual psychology to intra-household relationships and socio-cultural considerations. This session will showcase approaches to generating knowledge about end user behavior and how these insights can be used to design more effective interventions. Presenters will share lessons learned from their own experiences and discuss the relative importance of different behavioral drivers.


Sami Horn, Associate, Busara Center for Behavioral Economics
Neha Juneja, Co-founder & CEO, Greenway
Fiona Lambe, Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute
Oliver Johnson, Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute
Deepti Chatti, Doctoral Candidate, Yale University

Breakout Session
Location: Asante Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am