Global Action Plan Community Lifestyles Campaign
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Washington State Promotes the Purchase of Recycled Content Products With Prompts in the "Get in the Loop, Buy Recycled" Program
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Reducing Lunchtime Garbage Produced by New Brunswick Students Using Prompts and Commitment
Using Block Leaders and Prompts to Improve Participation in Curbside Recycling in Denver Colorado
The Effect of Sign Prompts and Modeling on Encouraging Dog Owners to Pick-up Dog Droppings in Chicago, Illinois
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Increasing Paper Recycling in Portland Oregon Dormitories Using Incentives and Commitment
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Using Information and Prompts to Increase Awareness of an Environmental Product Tagging Program in Grocery Stores
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