The Change Points Toolkit supports users in developing interventions that unlock unsustainable practices so that alternative, less intensive patterns of consumption can emerge. It is not like any existing behaviour change toolkit. Rather than focusing on the individual – ‘the customer’, ‘the user’, ‘the consumer’ – this toolkit aids users to explore possibilities for ambitious, innovative forms of intervention that engage in the social and material fabric of everyday life.
The toolkit results from collaboration between academics at Sheffield and Manchester Universities, with a wide range of partner organisations in government, industry and the third sector, over a series of funded research projects. The toolkit can be downloaded as a pdf here.
We (the team) will welcome feedback on the toolkit, and news of it getting tried out and with what results.