Using the foundational principles of Triple P and behaviour change we are seeking to impact the well-being of families, communities, and our natural world. By turning our focus to sustainability goals, we are seeking collaborative solutions to empower local villagers in Indonesia to positively modify the way they interact with their natural world.

  • Adapting a Triple P, evidenced-based approach to change novel, and never before investigated, behaviours
  • Partnering with the World Bank and the best scientist around the globe
  • Integrating numerous disciplines to compliment and support a behaviour change approach
  • Seeking global impacts to address one of the world’s most pressing issues—the degradation of the natural world and human created pressures

The study is being conducted in collaboration with researchers from the Schools of Biological Sciences and Communication and Arts at UQ.

Project members

Professor Matthew Sanders

Professor and Director, Parent
School of Psychology