Welcome to the 2021 BECC Virtual Poster Hall. Below you will find a list of all the Virtual Posters presented for the 2021 BECC Conference. These posters are available to you in advance and after the conference is completed. BECC invites you to look over the wide variety of subjects and research presented below. During the conference in November presenters will have a designated time block for attendees to meet and chat with them. We hope this will be an immersive experience for attendees. In fact, if you view a presentation over the next month and have questions, we encourage you to reach out to those who have provided contact information. Your curiosity and questions don’t have to wait for November! 

All Posters will remain available here and on-demand before, during, and after the event.

Social Science Insights: Psychology, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology; Organizational and Institutional Behavior; Marketing and Communications
Transportation: Transportation, New Mobility, EV adoption
Equity and Empowerment: Equity, Underserved, and Disadvantaged Populations; Social Movements and Culture Change
Behavior-Based Programs: Commercial and Industrial Programs; Residential Programs
Sustainability Programs and Strategies; Program Design; Evaluation
Policy: Federal, State, and Local Government Policy; Utility policy

DAY 1

  What Are the Critical Determinants of Pro-Environmental Behavior? A Meta-Analysis Look at the Theory of Planned Behaviour, Value Belief Norm Theory, Values Theory, Self-Discrepancy Theory, Affect and Habit  Abbie Bender & Wokje Abrahamse, Victoria University of Wellington
Behavior-Based Energy Efficiency: A Case Study of the Oakland Ecoblock Jared Langevin & Jingjing Zhang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Encouraging Cognitive Alternatives to the Environmental Status Quo Annika Lutz & Caroline Mackay, Simon Fraser University
Does Providing Household Residents with Usage Information Prompt Reductions? Christoph Meinrenken & Sanjmeet Abrol, Columbia University
Imagining a Sustainable World: A Qualitative Analysis of Environmental Cognitive Alternatives Jonathan Mendel & Hadar Hamid, Simon Fraser University
Lasting Behavior Change: The Challenge of Persistence Susan Schneider, Root Solutions
The Canbikeco Mini Pilot: Preliminary Results and Lessons Learned K. Shankari & Andrew Duvall, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

DAY 2

DOE Waste Pilot Findings: Outreach and Engagement, Data, and Scope Three Emissions Andrea Doukakis, RE Tech Advisors & Hannah Debelius, Department of Energy


Bringing EV Benefits to Low-Income Customers Beth Fitzjarrald, E Source

Community Weatherization Coalition, Can Education Change Energy Savings Behavior? Paul Monaghan & Jennison Kipp, University of Florida, Community Weatherization Coalition

Characterizing Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Consumers Who Found the U.S. Federal Tax Credit Extremely Important in Enabling their Purchase Brett Williams and John Anderson, Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE)
Video Coming Soon


Congestion Pricing: A Tool for Sustainability, Equity, and Behavior Change Brianne Eby & Robert Puentes, Eno Center for Transportation

The Intersection Between Food Access and Energy Efficiency: LA’s Neighborhood Market Revitalization Program Meaghan Laverty, The Energy Coalition

Shedding Light on Energy Inequities: What Might Race and Demographic Differences in Identifying Bulb Types Tell Us? Michael Soszynski & Brittany Berg, ADM Associates
Coming Soon

The Hidden Environmental Costs of Working from Anywhere Nathan Manuel, Measured Light
Thermostats: Survey Results Reveal for Behavior, Saturation, Turnover, and Potential  Lisa A. Skumatz, Ph. D, Anne Vander Vliet

DAY 3

Gentleways for Our Planet, Using the Technology of Behavioral Change to Reduce Climate Change Aida Warah
Equity & Empowerment Anne Arquit Niederberger, Enervee & Chris Coll, NYSERDA
Technical University of Munich, Hypes and Innovation Activity: Empirical Evidence from Digital Clean Energy Technologies Claudio Lex & Susanne Kurowski
Sustainability, Scalability, and Resiliency of the Innisfil Mobility-on-Demand Experiment Dustin Weigl & Joshua Sperling, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Evaluating the Environmental, Emotional, and Economic Impact of Pedestrian-Only Streets In New York City Emily Cruz & Elke Weber, Princeton University

SMARTEES: Modelling Household Uptake of a Citywide District Heat Network in Aberdeen Kathryn Colley & Tony Craig, The James Hutton Institute
Coming Soon Mapping Climate Change Engagement Efforts: From Storytelling to Story Listening Kathryn Janda, University College London
Do Consumers Want to Reduce Plastic Packaging? Results from a Field Experiment Pia Drechsel, & Thomas Decker, University of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm

Exploring the Impact and Value of Education for Sustainability at the Eden Project Rebecca Upton, Anglia Ruskin University, Eden Project & The Centre for Alternative Technology
Climate Resilience in Asheville, NC: Perceived influences on adopting stormwater management practices on private property Keith McDade, Allison Royer, and Kaley Cross, Lenoir-Rhyne University

Monday at 5:15pm: Nat Treadway, DEFG, Daily Engagement for Behavior Change and Savings