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Katie Patrick
How to Save the World
A Podcast About the Psychology of Environmental Action
What *really* gets people to make an environmental change? Environmental engineer, designer, and author, Katie Patrick, takes you on a wild intellectual journey into the heart of the environmental psyche. For each episode, Katie hunts down the academic literature on the psychology of what gets people to take pro-environmental action and interviews experts in behavioral science and gamification from top research labs such as Harvard, MIT, and Stanford University to unearth teachings you can use in your campaign, program, or startup. Warning: best for deep sustainability nerds.
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Recent Episodes
Applying game design principles to environmental change projects can lead to powerful results. Game designers practice the art of engaging players and getting them motivated and intensely focused on achieving a goal. Here is a free chapter of the audiobook version of my book, How to Save the...
Published 07/21/21
If you want to save the Earth, you need to think like a game designer.  In this episode, I sat down with Jesse Schell, author of the canonical game design textbook, The Art of Game Design, and asked him how he would go about saving the planet as a game designer. Jesse is a Distinguished Professor...
Published 07/01/21
If you work on buildings in any way - getting people to save energy, green architecture, decarbonization - or even if you’re just keen on gamification design for the planet this episode is for you. We are going to be chatting with one of the world’s foremost experts in psychology, technology, and...
Published 05/21/21
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