BE.Hive: Climate Change Needs Behavior Change
Presented by Rare in collaboration with National Geographic Society
ENLIGHTENING. INTERACTIVE. UNEXPECTED.
March 19, 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
National Geographic, Washington DC
Register today and join us for BE.Hive: Climate Change Needs Behavior Change, a one-day summit to explore global climate change through the lens of human behavior.
Over the last 30 years, climate change has emerged as the most pressing threat to our species and to life on our planet. Human behavior lies at the center of this issue, both as the problem and the solution. At the BE.Hive: Climate Change Needs Behavior Changesummit, you will learn about the latest academic insights from behavior science, get inspired by the world’s leading environmentalists, be ignited by artists, storytellers and explorers, and identify some of the greatest opportunities for shifting human behavior to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Whether you’re looking to change yourself, nudge your peers, or move society, please join a community of environmental changemakers, behavioral scientists, conservationists, designers and thought leaders at this this one-day summit at the dynamic intersection of behavior-centered design and climate change.
- Chris Graves, Founder, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral Science
- Gary Knell, Chairman, National Geographic Partners
- Kate Marvel, Associate Research Scientist, NASA Goddard Institute and Columbia University
- AG Sano, Artist and Climate Activist
- Cass Sunstein, Professor, Harvard Law School and Author, Nudge
- Elke Weber, Professor, Princeton University
- Katharine Wilkinson, Vice President, Drawdown
Register here! bit.ly/BEHiveRare