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The persistent challenge of encouraging public participation in the low-carbon transition

Peters, M., Fudge, S. and Hoffman, S. (2013) The persistent challenge of encouraging public participation in the low-carbon transition. Carbon Management, 4 (4). pp. 373-375. ISSN 1758-3004

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To link to this item DOI: 10.4155/cmt.13.32


In order to address the growing urgency of issues around environmental and resource limits, there is a clear need to develop policies that promote changes in behavior and the ways in which society both views and consumes goods and services. However, there is an argument to suggest that, in order to develop effective policies in this area, we need to move beyond a narrow understanding of ‘how individuals behave’ in order to cultivate a more nuanced approach that encompasses behavioral influences in different societies, contexts and settings. In this opinion article we therefore draw on a range of our own recent comparative research studies in order to provide fresh insights into the continued problem of how to engage people individually and collectively in establishing more sustainable, low-carbon societies.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of the Built Environment > Construction Management and Engineering > Transition Pathways to a Low-Carbon Economy
ID Code:33986
Publisher:Future Science

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