Part 4

Part 4

Published on 15 January 2022
SK
Transcript
00:05
Pasta 18e (including a 2.5e-compensation for CO2 emissions)
00:14
I don't want to pay the extra compensation.
00:18
Pasta 18e (including a 2.5-compensation for CO2 emissions)
00:25
Menu
00:37
Vegan Dishes
00:40
Vegetarian Dishes
00:50
Meat and Fish
01:04
Vegetarian Dish
01:09
Thank you for your climate-friendly choice! Here is a 5% discount voucher for your next vegetarian dish. 
01:20
Choice architecture
01:24
Why? Beople make many choices automatically (For example: primacy effect and status quo bias)
01:28
Choice architect's tool kit
01:28
Manipulating defaults Partitioning options Incentives ... and many more!
01:57
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