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Climate Ergonomics
Bonus Episode28th February 2023 • Human Factors Minute • Human Factors Cast
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The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors have released a document Defining climate ergonomics

Climate ergonomics is a scientific discipline that focuses on human interactions, and their effect on the macro-climate that they inhabit.

Climate ergonomics applies theory, data, and methods to optimize both human and climate well-being and operates within three main areas:

Cognitive, which boils down to What we think, how and what we perceive, how we act, the decisions we make, and how we feel regarding climate change.

Organizational which includes Corporate social responsibility, brand image, organizational culture change and climate-conscious commercial practices.

And lastly Physical components, so How we build, design, develop, and purchase in a more climate-conscious way.

To read the full document, or to learn more about Climate ergonomics, visit CIEHF's org.  https://www.ergonomics.org.uk/ 

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The Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors have released a document Defining climate ergonomics

Climate ergonomics is a scientific discipline that focuses on human interactions, and their effect on the macro-climate that they inhabit.

Climate ergonomics applies theory, data, and methods to optimize both human and climate well-being and operates within three main areas:

Cognitive, which boils down to What we think, how and what we perceive, how we act, the decisions we make, and how we feel regarding climate change.

Organizational which includes Corporate social responsibility, brand image, organizational culture change and climate-conscious commercial practices.

And lastly Physical components, so How we build, design, develop, and purchase in a more climate-conscious way.

To read the full document, or to learn more about Climate ergonomics, visit CIEHF's org. https://www.ergonomics.org.uk/

and to donate to #teamseas or to find out more about the #teamseas campaign, visit teamseas.org

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