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Household Actions Can Provide a Behavioral Wedge to Rapidly Reduce US Carbon Emissions
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Responsibility and Environment: Ecological Norm Orientation and External Factors in the Domain of Travel Mode Choice Behavior
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Recycling Behavior: A Multidimensional Approach
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Children's Biking for Nonschool Purposes: Getting to Soccer Games in Davis, California
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Behavioral Determinants of Household Participation in a Home Composting Scheme
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Behavioral Determinants of Household Recycling Participation: The Portuguese Case
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The Attitude-Behavior Relationship: A Test of Three Models of the Moderating Role of Behavioral Difficulty
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