Stay up-to-date with the topics that matter to you!

Sign up to track topics that are specific to your area of focus with “My Feed”. Not ready to sign up? Browse CBSM recommended Articles, Reports, Cases, and Forum posts to get started.

Join for Free

A Behavioral Model of Residential Energy Use

Articles
van-Raaij, W. F., & Verhallen, T. M. (1983). A behavioral model of residential energy use. Journal of Economic Psychology, 3, 1, 39-63.
Proposes a model that relates personal, environmental (e.g., home), and behavioral factors to energy use. This model is instrumental in relating variables that determine energy us…

Environmental Concern: The Development of a Measure

Articles
Weigel, R. & Weigel, J. (1978). Environmental concern: The development of a measure. Environment and Behavior, 10, 1, 3-15.
In a master-metered apartment complex, electricity use is metered at a single point for all tenants so that tenants do not pay energy bills based on their individual use. An exper…

Energy Demand Behavior in a Master-Metered Apartment Complex: An Experimental Analysis

Articles
Walker, J. M. (1979). Energy demand behavior in a master-metered apartment complex: An experimental analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 64, 2, 190-196.
In a master-metered apartment complex, electricity use is metered at a single point for all tenants so that tenants do not pay energy bills based on their individual use. An exper…

Behavioral Interventions in Resource Conservation: A System Approach Based on Behavioral Economics

Articles
Winkler, R. C., & Winett, R. A. (1982). Behavioral interventions in resource conservation: A system approach based on behavioral economics. American Psychologist, 37, 4, 421-435.
Outlines some of the advantages of an integration of psychological (social-learning) and economic conceptualizations when developing behavioral interventions in resource conservat…

Energy Efficiency Means No Regrets

Articles
Assenza, Marit P (1996). Energy efficiency means no regrets. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy , 11, 82-85.
Should we wait and see how hot it's going to get or should we act now to prevent global warming caused by greenhouse gases? Marit P. Assenza, a management consultant in Oslo, No…

Motivating People to Recycle: The Use of Incentives

Articles
De Young, R. (1984). Motivating people to recycle: The use of incentives. Resource Recycling, May-June, 14-15, 42.

Variable Disposal Fee Impact

Articles
Cuthbert, R. (1994). Variable disposal fee impact. BioCycle, May, 63-65.
Six case studies that investigate the impact of variable disposal fees upon residential waste reduction.

Only Pay for What you Throw Away

Articles
Riggle, D. (1989). Only pay for what you throw away. BioCycle, February, 39-41.

Balancing Costs and Revenues for Strong Unit Pricing Programs

Articles
Shapiro, M. (1994). Balancing costs and revenues for strong unit pricing programs. World Wastes, October, 41-45.

Garbage by the Pound: Ready to Roll with Weight Based Fees

Articles
Skumatz, L., Van Dusen, H. & Carton, J. (1994). Garbage by the pound: Ready to roll with weight based fees. BioCycle, November, 76-79.

Welcome, Guest

Not a member yet? Sign up in 30 seconds and add powerful tools that will help you engage in the CBSM community through additional features.

Virtual Oceania

Introductory & Advanced Workshops

March 16th - 25th, 2021

Registration Ending Soon!
Learn More

Virtual North America

Introductory & Advanced Workshops

June 1st - 10th, 2021

Learn More