Consumer Concern, Knowledge, Belief, and Attitude toward Renewable Energy: An Application of the Reasoned Action Theory

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Bang, Hae-Kyong; Ellinger, Alexander E.; Hadjimarcou, John; Traichal, Patrick A. (2000). "Consumer concern, knowledge, belief, and attitude toward renewable energy: An application of the reasoned action theory.". Psychology & Marketing, 17, 6, 449-468.
Using the theory of reasoned action as a theoretical framework, the current research investigates the relationship of concern with the environment, knowledge about renewable energ…

Variables Associated with American High School Students' Knowledge of Environmental Issues Related to Energy and Pollution

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Gambro, J. S. & Switzky, H.N. (1999). Variables associated with American high school students' knowledge of environmental issues related to energy and pollution. Journal of Environmental Education, 30, 2, 15-22.
Conducted a secondary analysis of data from the Longitudinal Study of American Youth (J. D. Miller et al, 1991) to examine the distribution of knowledge about environmental issues…

Voluntary Simplicity Lifestyles and Energy Conservation

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Leonard-Barton, D. (1981). Voluntary simplicity lifestyles and energy conservation. Journal of Consumer Research, 8, 3, 243-252.
Presents a behavioral index for measuring an individual's tendency toward a lifestyle of voluntary simplicity, characterized by ecological awareness, attempts to become more self-…

Characteristics of Nonopinion and No Opinion Response Groups

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Faulkenberry, G. D. & Mason, R. (1978). Characteristics of nonopinion and no opinion response groups. Public Opinion Quarterly, 42, 4, 533-543.
In a nationwide survey of 1,551 Ss concerning the public acceptance of wind energy conversion systems, interviewers were trained to classify equivocal responses as nonexistent ("d…

Consumer Concern, Knowledge, Belief, and Attitude toward Renewable Energy: An Application of the Reasoned Action Theory.

Articles
Bang, Hae-Kyong; Ellinger, Alexander E.; Hadjimarcou, John; Traichal, Patrick A. (2000). "Consumer concern, knowledge, belief, and attitude toward renewable energy: An application of the reasoned action theory.". Psychology & Marketing, 17, 6, 449-468.
Using the theory of reasoned action as a theoretical framework, the current research investigates the relationship of concern with the environment, knowledge about renewable e…

Carbon Offsets

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Rebecca Fotu Morgan Hill October 14, 2008 01:59 PM
Hi, I am trying to get a list of credible carbon offsets that have projects in the U.S. It appears that most offsets act as a subsidy rather than actually reducing an exact a…

Wind Farm Aesthetics

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A.J. Ballard September 12, 2008 06:59 AM
Hi I don't think the benefits of wind turbines outweigh the pollution they create in the aesthetic common. On a recent trip to UK I was sadened by the number of wind generato…

Overcoming Barriers to Wind Farm Development

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Tom Bird Waterloo September 07, 2008 05:34 PM
Hello FSB listserv members, I am interested in ways in which barriers related to wind farm development have been overcome. Often community members and municipal staff are misi…

Solar Powered Exhaust Vents

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James Polk Hattiesburg July 23, 2008 08:35 PM
I am working on a green retrofit of a set of three 100+ year old buildings (joined together in a renovation 20 years ago), and I'm looking for a solar powered "wall-mounted" exter…

Making Something Out of Nothing

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Miriam Karell San Francisco June 23, 2008 07:43 PM
HI All, A friend of mine was watching an episode of Extreme Home Makeover a while back and it showed a kid who actually created his own solar energy with the use of old soda…

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