SLAH Sustainable Living At Home

SLAH was a behaviour change program for City of Port Philip residents, continuously improved over 9 rounds from 2001 to late 2008.

The format of SLAH was a series of 5 program workshops run over 3 months, attracting between 60 and 80 households participating in each round. The workshops focussed on practical actions around energy, water, waste, travel and spending. In addition to expert presenter information, householders inspired each other via group activities and discussion to implement actions relating to each theme.

Incentive products were supplied at each workshop (e.g. CFLs, worm farms) to encourage retrofit or behaviour change action.

| March 27th, 2010 | Posted in Case Study |

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