By understanding why humans do the things they do and what drives them to change, we can make the world a better place for all animals
Human Behaviour Change for Animals
We can help you understand human behaviour and apply the principles of behaviour change to your work.
We established HBCA after recognising that insight about how and why people behave the way they do could provide solutions to challenging issues that affect animals. After all, people interact with animals every day – by owning pets or farming animals, or through the choices we make about the food we eat or the clothes we wear.
We combine animal sector expertise with behaviour change theory and practice to offer a unique specialism in animal health, welfare, protection and conservation. We provide bespoke solutions that are innovative, creative and affordable. HBCA is a social enterprise company with a small core team that draws on wide-ranging expertise from academics and practitioners working in several sectors.
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