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Looking for Model Behavioral Demand Management Programs

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General Manager Tools of Change

Jay Kassirer is a web publisher with 25 years of experience applying community-based social marketing (cbsm) to energy conservation behaviors. He has contributed to the development of enduring...

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Do you know of a particularly effective or innovative approach for changing energy use behaviours? Your own program? Nominate it for Landmark designation. Designation as a “Landmark” (best practice) case study through this no-cost peer selection process recognizes behavior change programs and approaches considered to be among the most successful, innovative, replicable and adaptable in the world. Designated programs gain exposure and credibility, and we prepare and post detailed on-line program case study materials, which may help them respond to requests for information, attract customers and investors, and/or maintain or increase program funding. All nominations must include measured impact results.   

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Deadline:  June 4, 2021. Details: www.toolsofchange.com/en/landmark/

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