Science for Environment Policy: Green Behaviour

Science for Environment Policy: Green Behaviour

It is recognised that the sum of our individual or household behaviours has a substantial impact on the environment. However, it is difficult for citizens to relate personal consumption and behaviour to large-scale problems such as climate change, pollution, biodiversity loss and natural resource depletion. Even if we express environmental concern and awareness, this most often does not translate into behaviour (Kollmuss & Agyeman, 2002).

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