2023 Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) Conference: Call for Abstracts

How can we pivot from business-as-usual to strategic changes in behavior that reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions? How do we manage the urgent shift in both individual and organizational behavioral change? How can we drive positive transitions in fair and equitable ways? These are crucial questions that will be explored at the 2023 Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) Conference in Sacramento, CA.

Abstract green, orange, and white light trails against a black background. Text reads: Call for Abstracts. Share your original findings at BECC 2023! Submissions open through April 1st. beccconference.org

This year’s conference is focused on driving transformation—toward new ideas, new policies, and new methods of changing behavior to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. BECC 2023 invites researchers, academics, business professionals, consultants, utilities, government officials, and nonprofit leaders from all communities and backgrounds to participate in the conversation. Selected speakers and panelists will lead discussions on how to manage the urgent shift in both individual and organizational behavioral change.

Abstract submission guidelines are as follows:

  • Deadline: April 1, 2023
  • Length: Up to 300 words
  • Format options: Individual 7-12 minute presentation, poster, 1-1.5 hour symposium or panel discussion, and others. Stay tuned for a call for sponsored half-day workshops in June 2023.
  • Review: Abstracts will be reviewed by a panel of experts. Authors will be notified of acceptance in June 2023. Priority will be given to new work with original findings and work related to the conference theme. BECC strives to increase diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in our conference content, attendees, and speakers.

Submit an abstract by April 1, 2023

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