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AT&T Employee Telework Initiative

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Following the implementation of the Clean Air Act in the United States, AT&T created its Employee Telework Initiative. In addition to achieving compliance with the Clean Air Act, …
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Missing Types Movement

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In 2019, only 3% of people in the United States were registered blood donors. In an effort to draw attention to the unmet need for donations and increase participation in blood dr…
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City of Austin’s Leave Time Travel Incentive

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In an effort to encourage City of Austin employees to take voluntary actions to reduce their drive-alone trips to and from work, the City established a Smart Commute Rewards progr…
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Bicycle Friendly Communities Program

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This case study examines the spread of the international Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC) program into Ontario, Canada – a process initiated by the Share the Road Cycling Commis…

Food For Thought (And Action!) Program

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The Food For Thought (And Action!) program started in the 1st Unitarian Church in Portland, Oregon in March 2002. The intent was to bring to light the connections between dietary …

Reducing Lunchtime Garbage Produced by New Brunswick Students Using Prompts and Commitment

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A literature review revealed that prompts and commitment were effective tools in reducing the amount of garbage produced at lunchtime. These behavior change tools were then integr…

Increasing Paper Recycling in Portland Oregon Dormitories Using Incentives and Commitment

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Wang, T. H. & Katzev, R. D. (1990). Group commitment and resource conservation: Two field experiments on promoting recycling. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20, 4, Part 1, 265-275.
After conducting a literature review, two behavior change tools were incorporated into a pilot program designed to increase the amount of paper being recycled in a Portland Oregon…
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