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27 February 2012
How governments try to shape the behaviours of their citizens is something that has been much discussed over the past few years. Our report, with a foreword from David Halpern, Director of the Behavioural Insights Team at the Cabinet Office, brings together our latest international research on this subject.
DECC: Taking up more efficient heating systems
The UK Government Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct research to measure the public’s awareness, and interest, in a range of more efficient heating systems. The study explored willingness to take up ground and air-source heat pumps, biomass boilers, heat networks, micro-combined heat and power and gas condensing boilers.
Defra: Programme of research on preparedness, adaptation and risk (PREPARE)
17th May 2013
The UK Government Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) commissioned a consortium including Ipsos MORI to conduct research into climate change adaptation. The multi-strand study explored both public and organisational views towards climate risk and the actions that could be taken to prepare for events brought about by climate change.
9 September 2010
A public dialogue conducted for the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) on geoengineering − technologies that involve the deliberate and large scale manipulation of the Earth’s climate system to reduce the extent and impact of climate change.
In Perspective 2008/09
1 January 2009
What does the future hold? This Ipsos MORI report looks back at Britain in 2008 and ahead to Britain in 2009.
The Big Energy Shift
30 June 2009
This report presents the findings of Ipsos MORI’s research into people’s views on government’s plans for a big shift in the way people’s houses and communities are insulated, heated and powered.
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