Approach Paper for the Evidence Review on Behavioral Change in Developing Countries

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Approach Paper for the Evidence Review on Behavioral Change in Developing Countries

This review reduces the gap within the literature to inform governments, donors and other decision-makers of the available evidence on a broad set of behavioural science interventions and their impacts on climate change mitigation and adaptation (including human development) across different sectors in developing country contexts.

The approach paper of this review clarifies the objectives of the review, the methods being applied, and the criteria for inclusion and exclusion of studies.

Authorship Samantha Booth, Romina Cavatassi, Benjamin Curtis, Deborah Sun Kim, Laurenz Langer, Caitlin Blaser Mapitsa, Promise Nduku, Martin Prowse, Jyotsna Puri, Jamie Robertsen, Carina van Rooyen
Cover date February 2022
Document type Other publication