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Mind the GAP

We are delighted to share our latest report mindfulnessreportGAPfinal related to our ongoing work exploring the connections between mindfulness and behaviour change. This report was produced in collaboration with the environmental charity Global Action Plan (GAP). It should be read alongside our previous report produced in liaison with the Welsh government As you will see, the report raises […]

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Mindfulness developments

The last two month have been a busy time in relation to our ongoing mindfulness research. Rachel Lilley has been working hard to complete our 5th workplace based mindfulness programme with staff from Ogilvy Mather. In addition, Rachel and Jessica Pykett attended the Westminster launch of the Mindful Nation Report . This report provides a fascinating […]

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When behaviour change is not enough

I have to lay my cards on the table. I do believe that behaviour change initiatives can make a significant difference to people’s long-term wellbeing and to our broader collective attempts to protect the environment. Notwithstanding this position (which is most probably itself a fairly engrained bias, shaping the way I assess and think about […]

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