RMIT’s Beyond Behaviour Change group assisted Kildonan Uniting Care in developing a social practices approach to project design and evaluation.

  • Project dates: 2010
  • Grants and funding: Sustainability Victoria

The Sustainable Families Project was delivered by Kildonan Uniting Care through funding from Sustainability Victoria.

The two year project assisted 144 low income families referred from Kildonan’s Family Services programs in reducing energy bills and provided education and hands on support to vulnerable families about sustainable living practices such as increasing energy efficiency, water saving and waste reduction.

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Lead researcher

Dr Susie Moloney

Dr Susie Moloney

Lecturer and Senior Research Fellow, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies

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