Jayne Cox has contributed to the Scottish Government's Influencing Behaviours Evidence Library. See her recommended reads - along with those of other leading behaviour change practitioners - using the links below.
Brook Lyndhurst is soon to be moving away from our home on Paddenswick Road. From the 10th June our new address will be:
Brook Lyndhurst conducted an investigation into consumer responses to, and understanding of, the terms used to refer to 'green' issues, from recycling to air miles; and from carbon footprints to water neutrality. This research informed Defra's 2011 guidance on the use of green claims.
Brook Lyndhurst and Icaro Consulting have been commissioned by WRAP to carry out a programme of research that will inform the development of communications channels for re-use and repair. This work will ensure communications channels are as effective as possible in encouraging consumers to re-use and repair household items in the future.
Brook Lyndhurst are moving house. Our new office is lovely, but looked like this… … so we’re working on making it feel like home. First up, we need a shower so no one has to sit at their desks all sweaty after the morning cycle. This is what it looks like at the moment: The [...]
What has 23 screws, 15 separate rubber parts, 13 wires, 4 plastic boards, 3 metal plates, 3 unidentifiable objects, 2 microphones and 1 circuit board? These are the ingredients of an old landline phone, obviously! In a Green Alliance conference last week, I took part in a tear down session run by the RSA as [...]