The human factor
is today a
For example: depending on the behaviors we adopt collectively,
the temperature will rise
1.5 to 4.5°C
Because our ignorance of ourselves is a peril
for our future...
Give us the means to understand us better, identify and act on the real levers of the Human Factor at the heart of all transitions
(ecological, economic, social, educational, professional, institutional, cultural...)
We bet on the human
Brain and Behavioral Sciences
detiealready have key knowledge on the brakes and levers of change in individual and collective behavior.
However, these are not sufficiently interconnected, shared and applicable in our daily lives to describe the conditions for a relevant, massive and rapid evolution of our societies.
This is why the IPBC aims to accelerate scientific progress and practical transfer.
The Alliance supports the IPBC, helps it to better target the priorities on the ground and develops its impact with all the players in our societies, on a planetary scale.
To carry out our mission,
we need you!
Supporting the Alliance means ensuring the sustainability and the independence, the relevance and the efficiency scientific work of the IPBC.
This unprecedented initiative is the only one on the scale of the issues and the solutions.
Members of the Alliance for the IPBC testify:
Stéphanie Foucard, Mobilization and Engagement Director, CITEO
To support economic players in producing, distributing and consuming differently, we work on all dimensions of behavior change.
Michèle Raunet, Managing Director of CHEUVREUX NOTAIRES
Support public authorities and local authorities in mobilizing owners to massively transform real estate without going through authoritarian laws.
Jean-Baptiste Leroy, Marketing Manager, LSDH
To build a virtuous ecosystem and move from a logic of transition to a logic of transformation, companies must integrate the Human Factor throughout their value chain.
To keep our territories habitable, we have chosen a Research-Action approach bringing together researchers, companies and local authorities – in order to better anticipate the issues and imagine the projects that are or will be launched regionally.