NITI Aayog-Environment Ministry Invite Ideas On Solutions To Drive Climate-Friendly Behaviors
New Delhi, June 6 (TNA) NITI Aayog and the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MOEFCC), in partnership with the United Nations, World Resources Institute, Centre for Social and Behaviour Change (CSBC) and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), are inviting ideas from across the world for one of the following, or related, areas.
These include behaviour-change solutions aimed at individuals, households and communities to drive climate-friendly behaviours in sectors, including Water, transport, food, electricity, recycle, reuse, international, national and/or local best practices that can be feasibly scaled-up for driving behaviour change related to climate action.
Innovative solutions that promote wider adoption of traditional, climate-friendly practices and/or create livelihood options for communities that may lose their jobs with a shift towards climate-friendly production.
Individuals, universities, think tanks, non-profits and others worldwide are invited to submit measurable and scalable behavior change solutions that can drive climate-friendly behaviors among individuals, communities and organisations.
Authors of the accepted ideas will be invited to present their work during an international conference in India (the details of the conference will be announced at a later stage).
Participants are strongly encouraged to submit empirically informed and measurable ideas that can offer implementable solutions while having the potential to be published in reputed academic journals. Applications opened on June 5 and will close on 31 December 2022