Climate change is one of the most important and persistent challenges confronted by humanity in recent times.
The avoidance of climate change is possible through better conservation of the environment as well as the implementation of different climate policies. These policies and behaviours are likely to offer a feasible and cost-effect option to mitigate climate change in the near term. In this background, the workshop on “Environmental Conservation Behaviors and Climate Policy” plans to present different researches related to the individuals’ environmental conservation behaviour as well as the role of different behavioural traits on preference for climate policies in Europe and Japan. This workshop consists of collaborative research among researchers from the University of Kassel, Germany, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Waseda University, Japan. This workshop is supported by the Environment Research and Technology Fund (JPMEERF20172007 and JPMEERF20202008).