The BiNKA project (2016-2019) explored how mindfulness training can reduce the gap between sustainable consumption intentions and behaviors. At the heart of the project was an 8-week long consumption-specific mindfuless training that was piloted with three different target groups (secondary school students, university students, as well as employees in small and medium-sized enterprises). The project was led by Technische Universität Berlin. SuCo2 was responsible for the education subproject in BiNKA.
Blog posts from the BiNKA project
Consumption plays a key role in efforts to achieve sustainable development. In recent years, several … More
The BiNKA project explored how mindfulness training can reduce the gap between intentions and behaviors and thereby promote sustainable consumption. SuCo2 led the education subproject in BiNKA.