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Household Actions Can Provide a Behavioral Wedge to Rapidly Reduce US Carbon Emissions

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Dietz, T., Gardner, G.T., Gilligan, J., Stern, P.C., Vandenbergh, M.P. (2009). Household actions can provide a behavioral wedge to rapidly reduce US carbon emissions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106(44), 18452-18456.
Most climate change policy attention has been addressed to long-term options, such as inducing new, low-carbon energy technologies and creating cap-and-trade regimes for emissions…

Accessible Writings on Active Transportation

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Tawn Kennedy Santa Cruz January 04, 2011 05:22 PM
I present in high schools on transportation issues, and my organization is hosting an Essay Contest on Active Transportation. We are encouraging students to write short essays, ar…

Results & Lessons from Two ecoMOBILITY Projects

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Jay Kassirer Ottawa December 05, 2010 06:12 PM
Transport Canada's ecoMOBILITY Program is pleased to invite you to a free bilingual webinar entitled "Results and Lessons Learned from ecoMOBILITY Contribution Projects" to be hel…

Outfitting a "Carbon Buster Bus"

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Peter Nix Duncan November 24, 2010 03:39 PM
We have an old school bus which we want to convert as a "carbon buster" bus to take to shopping malls, etc. Does anyone have any advice or experience on what kind of displays wou…

Mutlimodal Transportation Marketing Plans

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Becky Flora San Juan Capistrano November 24, 2010 03:10 PM
We are in the process of coordinating a multimodal marketing plan for our client that will incorporate the toll roads, transit(bus), vanpool/carpool, bike to work and eWorkplace (…

Idling Tool Kit Blog

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Unknown November 19, 2010 01:44 PM
This new blog provides everything you need to develop and implement a local or regional idling awareness campaign including marketing and program plans, graphics, sample letters, …

Responsibility and Environment: Ecological Norm Orientation and External Factors in the Domain of Travel Mode Choice Behavior

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Hunecke, M., Blöbaum, A., Matthies, E., & Höger, R. (2001). Responsibility and environment: Ecological norm orientation and external factors in the domain of travel mode choice behavior. Environment and Behavior, 33(6), 830-852.
In the domain of travel mode choice behavior, the interaction between ecological norm orientation and the external aspects "fare" and "subway station range" was investigated in an…

Human Values and the Emergence of a Sustainable Consumption Pattern: A Panel Study

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Thogersen, J., & Ölander, F. (2002). Human values and the emergence of a sustainable consumption pattern: A panel study. Journal of Economic Psychology, 23(5), 605-630.
In this study, data from a random sample of Danish consumers are used to test the hypothesis that the emergence of a sustainable consumption pattern is influenced by individual va…
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Spillover of Environment-Friendly Consumer Behaviour

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Thogersen, J., & Ölander, F. (2003). Spillover of environment-friendly consumer behaviour. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 23(3), 225-236.
Investigated whether environmental-friendly behaviors spread to more and more areas of the consumption pattern in a virtuous circle and whether it is a necessary prerequisite for …

Effects of Values, Problem Awareness, and Personal Norm on Willingness to Reduce Personal Car Use

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Nordlund, A., & Garvill, J. (2003). Effects of values, problem awareness, and personal norm on willingness to reduce personal car use. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 23(4), 339-347.
The influence of values, problem awareness, and personal norm on willingness to cooperate were studied. The choice situation was seen as a social dilemma and willingness to reduce…

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