Sabine Pahl is Associate Professor (Reader) in Psychology at Plymouth University. Her applied areas of interest are energy, marine conservation and restorative environments. She led the recent interdisciplinary EPSRC-funded eViz-project which developed and tested energy visualisations to reduce energy demand. The current H2020-funded enerGAware project aims to develop a serious game to address energy demand and fuel poverty in social housing tenants. Since 2010 Sabine has had research funded by various agencies including EPSRC, ESRC, FP7, DEFRA and H2020. She is the Secretary for the International Association of Applied Psychology’s Environmental Division and was the lead convenor for two sessions (behaviour change and perceptions of climate change) at the UNFCC COP21 science conference in Paris in July 2015.