I'm sure I've read about it somewhere, but now can I find it? I'm looking for "evidence" that when people are motivated to change one sustainability action, such as getting a more efficient showerhead, after attending a water saving workshop, they also start making changes connected to energy or waste or transport etc. even though they haven't attended any workshops on those other topics.
I'm evaluating our sustainable homes program that runs a series of workshops on the different topics, and we're hoping that even if people attend just the water workshop, and not the others, that they'll still make some of those other changes.
Thanks for any help you can give