McDonald's Waste Reduction Task Force
Excuse Me Do You Recycle? Public Participation in Curbside Recycling in the UK.
Waste Wise Program
Turn it Off: Anti-Idling Project Using Commitment, Prompts and Norms
Food For Thought (And Action!) Program
Increasing Community Recycling with Persuasive Communication and Public Commitment
Burn, S. M., & Oskamp, S. (1986). Increasing community recycling with persuasive communication and public commitment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 16, 1, 29-41.
Litter Reduction: A Review and Integration of the Literature. Special Issue: Litter Control and Recycling
Huffman, K. T., Grossnickle, W. F., Cope, J. G., & Huffman, K. P. (1995). Litter reduction: A review and integration of the literature. Special Issue: Litter control and recycling. Environment and Behavior, 27, 2, 153-183.
The Comparative Effectiveness of Reward and Commitment Approaches in Motivating Community Recycling
Katzev, R. D. & Pardini, A. U. The comparative effectiveness of reward and commitment approaches in motivating community recycling. Vol. 17. 1987-1988. 93-113.
Effects of Goal Setting and Commitment on Increasing Metal Recycling
McCaul, K. D. & Kopp, J. T. (1982). Effects of goal setting and commitment on increasing metal recycling. Journal of Applied Psychology, 67, 3, 377-379.
The Effects of Strength of Commitment on Newspaper Recycling
Pardini, A. U. & Katzev, R. D. (1983-1984). The effects of strength of commitment on newspaper recycling. Journal of Environmental Systems, 13, 245-254.