Energy Transition

To get to net-zero, we need some behavioural changes. A psychologist looks at the challenge

Getting to net zero involves decision-making by people as agents of change. Image: REUTERS/Molly Darlington

Lorraine Whitmarsh

Professor of Environmental Psychology, University of Bath

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