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Environment, Transport, and Sustainability (EnTS) Research Group

We research the role of human behaviour in responding to the climate crisis, and reshaping our physical and social environments for a sustainable future.

What is the Environment, Transport, and Sustainability (EnTS) Research Group?

EnTS brings together researchers from multiple disciplines to explore all aspects of human-environment interactions and responses to the climate crisis – from building design to eco-activism.

We aim to break down disciplinary barriers to increase knowledge sharing and build collaborations between our members.

During our regular meetings, we host guest lectures from international experts and facilitate group discussions about our research.

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Our research themes

Our research covers a range of temes related to societies' responses to climate change. These include:

  • behavioural responses to new technologies
  • climate activism
  • climate anxiety
  • climate communication
  • evidence-based environmental and climate policy
  • human interactions with the built and natural environment
  • organisational and corporate transitions
  • public attitudes to climate change
  • public attitudes to climate policies
  • social transformations and behaviour change
  • sustainable mobility and modal shift
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Our people and related groups

Find out more about our Group's members and the groups that we are linked with.

About us

Our Group is part of the Department of Psychology.

Contact us

If you have any questions about our research, please contact us.