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Using behavioural science for youth climate action in agriculture
This is the second in the series of youth-oriented webinars, entitled "Sprouting change: capacity-building for youth in green and climate-resilient agriculture”. The series is organized by FAO and IAAS in collaboration with YPARD.

This session will provide an overview of behavioural science and explore how it can be applied to climate action in agriculture and food systems. Based on the experiences of two young agripreneurs, we will discover and discuss concrete examples of how behavioural science can be used in youth-led projects.

Find out how applying behavioural insights can help you promote green and climate resilient practices throughout the food system. Furthermore, you will also learn how your surroundings and context (social, physical, psychological even neurological) influence the actions and decisions human beings take.

Learn more about:
- the YCRA programme on the FAO climate change webpage (https://bit.ly/3o2LCsj)
-FAO’s work on innovation at the FAO Office of Innovation webpage (https://bit.ly/3o3C1la) ;
-the UN’s work on behavioural science via the Secretary General’s Guidance Note (https://bit.ly/3APv3Yk)
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