Publications sustainable consumption research week 35, 2018

Inhibitors of sustainable consumption: Insights from university academic staff in southern Nigeria

S Ukenna, A Nkamnebe, E Idoko – Sustainable Development, 2018
Sustainable consumption behavior is increasingly becoming a topical issue in most
developing economies. The growing unfavorable ecological footprint of most
developing countries, including Nigeria, is becoming of concern and needs to be …
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Consumer Readiness to Reduce Meat Consumption for the Purpose of Environmental Sustainability: Insights from Norway

MH Austgulen, SE Skuland, A Schjøll, F Alfnes – Sustainability, 2018
… Keywords: climate change; consumers; meat; sustainable consumption; environment;
survey; focus group interviews; in-store experiment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q Q0 Q2 Q3 Q5 Q56 O13 (search for similar items in EconPapers) Date: 2018 …
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Can Chinese residential low-carbon consumption behavior intention be better explained? The role of cultural values

X Jiang, Z Ding, R Liu – Natural Hazards, 2018
Page 1. ORIGINAL PAPER Can Chinese residential low-carbon
consumption behavior intention be better explained? The role of cultural
values Xin Jiang1 • Zhihua Ding1 • Rong Liu1 Received: 15 June 2018 …
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Collaboration mechanisms for sustainable innovation

E Reficco, R Gutiérrez, MH Jaén, N Auletta – Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018
… Wok decided to focus on like-minded customers, consciously making decisions that could
alienate those who did not prioritize sustainability, and keeping only those who were
aligned (at least, passively tolerant) with the value of sustainable consumption …
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[PDF] Sustainable Business Practices and Customers’ Engagement in the Swedish Coffee Industry: A case study of Löfbergs

F Tognetti, HT Nguyet Nguyen – 2018
… In Agenda 2030 UN outlined 17 integrated goals for SD; one of the most significant is
goal 12: “Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns” (UN 2015). Its …
awareness and level of education about sustainable consumption patterns, providing …
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[PDF] Intention to Purchase Sustainable Wood Products: An Empirical Analysis of the Determinants

T Panico, T Pagnani, F Caracciolo – International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 2018
… Although the determinants of consumer attitudes to sustainable production
techniques have been extensively investigated (Coppola et al., 2017; Panico
et al., 2015; Panico et al., 2017; Verneau et al., 2016) the determinants of …
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Child Rights to Environmental Harmony and Hygiene

M Desai, S Goel – Child Rights Education for Participation and …, 2018
… and strategies of hygienic sanitation through safe management of human
excreta; the importance and strategies for solid waste management system
by local self-government, and adult and child citizens; and the importance …
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Paradigms and paradoxes: the futures of growth and degrowth

U Pesch – International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 2018
… 1 No. 1, pp. 83-86. Berg, A. and Hukkinen, JI (2011), “The paradox of growth critique:
narrative analysis of the finnish sustainable consumption and production debate”,
Ecological Economics, Vol. 72, pp. 151-160. Binswanger …
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The values of electricity saving for consumers

M Innocent, A Francois-Lecompte – Energy Policy, 2018
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[PDF] Environmental management systems in construction projects in Kenya: barriers, drivers, adoption levels

NR Onkangi, NS Nyakondo, P Mwangi, L Ondari… – Rwanda Journal of …, 2018
… Studies have also shown increased confidence in products, a competitive
advantage, monetary savings, sustainable consumption of resources,
improvement of occupational health, reduced GHG emissions, reduced …
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Understanding consumer behaviour towards toxic chemical-free cosmetics using Schwartz values-a study from India

S Mishra – International Journal of Indian Culture and Business …, 2018
Page 1. Int. J. Indian Culture and Business Management, Vol. 17, No.
2, 2018 185 Copyright © 2018 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Understanding consumer behaviour towards toxic chemical-free cosmetics …
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Consumer willingness to pay for new airports that use renewable resources

NW Walters, S Rice, SR Winter, BS Baugh, NK Ragbir… – International Journal of …, 2018
Page 1. Int. J. Sustainable Aviation, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2018 79 Copyright © 2018
Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Consumer willingness to pay for new airports that use
renewable resources Nathan W. Walters, Stephen Rice, Scott R …
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[PDF] THE CULTURAL PROCESS OF DEMATERIALIZATION FOR ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES IN KNOWLEDGE SOCIETIES

FED Palandi – 2018
Page 1. Fernanda Elisa Demore Palandi THE CULTURAL PROCESS OF
DEMATERIALIZATION FOR ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES IN KNOWLEDGE
SOCIETIES Dissertação submetida ao Programa de Pós-Graduação …
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[PDF] Enabling ‘Quality Society’through quality education for sustainable development

J ANTTILA – The Journal of Quality in Education, 2018
… 11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable 12. Ensure
sustainable consumption and production patterns 13. Take urgent action to combat climate
change and its impacts 14. Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine …
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[PDF] Strategic communication for climate change awareness and behavioural change in Ota Local Government of Ogun State

O Oyero, K Oyesomi, T Abioye, E Ajiboye… – African Population Studies, 2018
Page 1. African Population Studies Vol 32, No 1, (Supp.), 2018 4057 aps.
journals.ac.za Strategic communication for climate change awareness and
behavioural change in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government of Ogun State …
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[PDF] Conference report: Communicating Evidence for Sustainable Development: 4-5 April 2018, the Netherlands

C Kusters, H ten Hove, J Brouwers, RH Mostert – 2018
… These 17 goals build on the successes of the Millennium Development Goals, while
including new areas such as climate change, economic inequality, innovation,
sustainable consumption, peace and justice, among other priorities …
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A bibliometric analysis of scientific production in lean supply

KD Endler, CT Scarpin, MTA Steiner – International Journal of Logistics Systems and …, 2018
Page 1. 82 Int. J. Logistics Systems and Management, Vol. 31, No. 1, 2018 Copyright ©
2018 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. A bibliometric analysis of scientific production in
lean supply Kellen Dayelle Endler* and Cassius Tadeu Scarpin …
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[PDF] Talking Collaboration: Conceptualizing Collaborative Research for Sustainable Development in Theory and Practice

J Persson – 2018
Page 1. Master thesis in Sustainable Development 2018/25 Examensarbete
i Hållbar utveckling Talking Collaboration: Conceptualizing Collaborative
Research for Sustainable Development in Theory and Practice Jennie …
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Individual Drivers and Outcomes of Envisioned Value in Use of Customer Solutions: An Empirical Study in the Electric Mobility Context

J Hendricks – SMR-Journal of Service Management Research, 2018
… Jansson, J., Nordlund, A. & Westin, K. (2017). Examining drivers of sustainable
consumption: The influence of norms and opinion leadership on electric vehicle adoption
in Sweden, Journal of Cleaner Production, 154, 176–187. Jiang, Y. & Kim, Y. (2015) …
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Supply chain performance measurement: a systematic literature review

M Guersola, EPD Lima, MTA Steiner – International Journal of Logistics Systems and …, 2018
Page 1. Int. J. Logistics Systems and Management, Vol. 31, No. 1, 2018 109
Copyright © 2018 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd. Supply chain performance
measurement: a systematic literature review Mariana Guersola*, Edson …
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Sustainable Science: Exploring The Safe Operating Space For Humanity In The Anthropocene

K Singh – Environment, 2018
… BioScience, 50: 433-440. FAO 2013. FAOSTAT, Food and Agriculture
Organization of the United Nations: Rome. WBCSD 2008. Sustainable
Consumption Facts and Trends from a Business Perspective, World Business …
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The Demand-Pull Approach to Business Model Innovation Through Product-Service Systems: A Case Study

M Orellano, C Lambey-Checchin, K Medini, G Neubert – IFIP International Conference …, 2018
… J. Clean. Prod. 45, 9–19 (2013)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 12. Tukker, A., et al.: Fostering
change to sustainable consumption and production: an evidence based view. J. Clean.
Prod. 16, 1218–1225 (2008)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 13 …
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Assessment and determinants of per capita household CO 2 emissions (PHCEs) based on capital city level in China

L Liu, J Qu, Z Zhang, J Zeng, J Wang, L Dong, H Pei… – Journal of Geographical …, 2018
… Tian et al. (2014) showed that CO2 emissions from household sector accounted for 35%
of the total in China. Low-carbon consumption and low-carbon lifestyle were crucial ways
to achieve its sustainable consumption and sustainable development …
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An assessment of side-stream generation from Finnish forest industry

MK Hassan, A Villa, S Kuittinen, J Jänis, A Pappinen – Journal of Material Cycles and …, 2018
… The United Nations Conference on Environment and Devel- opment (1992)
and the Kyoto Protocol (1997) provided legal frameworks for the promotion
of sustainable consumption of natural resources and reduction of greenhouse …
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Whatever Happened to the Leisure Society?

AJ Veal – 2018
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Advancing Energy Policy: Lessons on the integration of Social Sciences and Humanities

C Foulds
… Galway. His research interests are in sustainable consumption and knowledge transfer …
University. Holding a PhD in Management Studies, her research interests include energy
transitions, sustainable consumption and energy policy …
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[DOC] How to SHIFT Consumer Behaviors to be More Sustainable: A Literature Review and Guiding Framework

K White, R Habib, DJ Hardisty
… Highlighting the important role of marketing in encouraging sustainable
consumption, the current research presents a review of the academic
literature from marketing and behavioral science examining the most effective …
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Rural–urban inequality and the practice of promoting sustainability in contemporary China

C Liu, G Valentine, RM Vanderbeck, K Diprose… – GeoJournal
… Journal of Comparative Economics, 33(1), 133–157.CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Liu, C.,
Valentine, G., Vanderbeck, RM, McQuaid, K., & Diprose, K. (2018). Placing ‘sustainability’
in context: Narratives of sustainable consumption in Nanjing, China …
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Sustainability and Religion: Past Trends and Future Perspectives

W Leal Filho, LM Dahms, A Consorte-McCrea – Sustainability and the Humanities, 2019
… In their paper ‘Religious Values as a Predictor of Sustainable Consumption Behaviours:
A Cross-Cultural Comparison’ Kahle et al. (2015) showed the important influence of religion
in understanding determinants to sustainable consumption …
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[PDF] Focus on cross-scale feedbacks in global sustainable land management

R Seppelt, PH Verburg, A Norström, W Cramer… – Environmental Research …, 2018
… Given the limited land resources available and multiple competing claims
on these resources sustainable land management should also include
sustainable consumption (Scherer and Verburg 2017). While sustainable …
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Decoupling between human development and energy consumption within footprint accounts

O Akizu-Gardoki, G Bueno, T Wiedmann… – Journal of Cleaner …, 2018
… These objectives are aligned with “Goal 7” of SDG (UN, 2015) where the
sustainable energy availability is recognised as a right for all individuals,
“Goal 10” of SDG, where equality between countries is recognised, and finally …
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[HTML] Loneliness Makes Consumers Avoid Unsafe Food

S Hu, R Chen, N Zhang, J Zhu – Sustainability, 2018
… This article extended the research setting of sustainable consumption from increasing
positive consumptions to decreasing negative ones, and identified the influential factors
from the interaction of consumer characteristics and food features …
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Sustainable production and consumption (SPC)

M Führ, J Schenten – Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law, 2018
AbstractSustainable production and consumption (SPC) as a guiding principle
is of pivotal importance for the global community in order to redirect the
economy towards a path leading to Sustainable Development. SPC refers …
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Approaches for the Implementation of Water-Related Cultural Ecosystem Services in Teaching Programs on Sustainable Development

P Schneider, LD Popovici – Sustainability and the Humanities, 2019
… The contribution proposes a framework for CES teaching under the
Spaces—Practises—Goods Nexus, based on the general curricula
framework for education for sustainable development according to OECD …
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[PDF] Retailer–Consumer Sustainable Business Environment: How Consumers’ Perceived Benefits Are Translated by the Addition of New Retail Channels

J Zhu, M Goraya, Y Cai – Sustainability, 2018
In the current era, consumers are living in a multi-channel shopping
environment. Retailers are expanding their business channels to get the most
out of their ongoing multi-channel businesses and to create a sustainable …
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Chinese young generation’s perceptions and consumption of clothing for sustainability

M DeLong, J Wu, Z Jia, L Gibson – Fashion, Style & Popular Culture, 2018
… They deemed sustainability to be of utmost importance in slow fashion, which
manifests in the [right] choice and innovation of fabrics, recycle and reuse in apparel
production, and conveying values of sustainable consumption …
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[PDF] Advanced high-performance concrete structures-challenge for sustainable and resilient future

P Hajek – MATEC Web of Conferences, 2018
… 2.2.7 Contribution to SDG 12: ensure sustainable consumption and production
patterns SDG 12 is focused to implementation of the 10-Year Framework of
Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns …
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[HTML] A Complementary Understanding of Residential Energy Demand, Consumption and Services

R Hiteva, M Ives, M Weijnen, I Nikolic – Advancing Energy Policy, 2018
… 8–9 September 2016, Coimbra, Portugal, pp. 1–15.Google Scholar. Herring, H. (2009).
Sufficiency and the Rebound Effect. In H. Herring & S. Sorrell (Eds.), Energy Efficiency
and Sustainable Consumption: The Rebound Effect (pp. 224–239) …
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Transitioning to Sustainable Food Choices: A Course Design

KM Kevany, G Baur, GC Wang – Sustainability and the Humanities, 2019
… Duchin, F. (2005). Sustainable consumption of food: a framework for analyzing scenarios
about changes in diets. Journal of Industrial Ecology, Jan 9(1–2), 99–114.Google Scholar.
Emel, J., & Neo, H. (Eds.). (2015). Political ecologies of meat …
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Corporate Environmental Sustainability in the retail sector: Drivers, strategies and performance measurement

M Naidoo, A Gasparatos – Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018
… Jones et al. (2009) suggest that as retailers are the active intermediaries
between primary producers, manufacturers and consumers, they are in a
singularly powerful position to drive sustainable consumption and production …
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Sustainable development goals what are we doing?

M Chetty – Medical Chronicle, 2018
… Reducing inequalities 11. Sustainable cities and communities 12. Sustainable
consumption and production 13. Action and climate change 14. Healthy oceans 15.
Sustainable ecosystems 16. Peace and justice 17. Global partnerships …
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Mobility equity in a globalized world: Reducing inequalities in the sustainable development agenda

A Hackl – World Development, 2018
… Ending poverty and reducing inequality may eventually require actors to
move towards sustainable consumption and production in parallel (Griggs
et al., 2014). This includes the growing carbon footprint of international travel …
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[HTML] Application of Ecological Footprint Accounting as a Part of an Integrated Assessment of Environmental Carrying Capacity: A Case Study of the Footprint of Food of a …

M Świąder, S Szewrański, J Kazak, J van Hoof, D Lin… – Resources, 2018
The increasing rate of urbanization along with its socio-environmental impact
are major global challenges. Therefore, there is a need to assess the
boundaries to growth for the future development of cities by the inclusion …
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Transformations and Disruptive Changes: Boosting Resource Efficient Economies via Saturation and the Nexus

R Bleischwitz – Investing in Resource Efficiency, 2018
… of challenges more synergistically: Deliver the Sustainable Development Goals
2 (food), 6 (water), 7 (energy), 9 (infrastructure and industrialization), 12 (sustainable
consumption and production) in a more integrated manner; …
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Key Determinants of Organic Food Consumption: The Case of Olive Oil in Spain

M Vega-Zamora, FJ Torres-Ruiz, M Parras-Rosa – HortScience, 2018
HortScience. Skip to main page content …
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Cultural Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences

T Meireis, G Rippl – 2018
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[PDF] Motivations to consume agroecological food: An analysis of farmers’ markets in Quito, Ecuador

C Vasco Pérez, C Sánchez, K Limaico, VH Abril – 2018
Page 1. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics Vol.
119 No. 2 (2018) 1–10 urn:nbn:de:hebis:34-2018040955214 ISSN: 2363-6033 (online);
1612-9830 (print) – website: www.jarts.info Motivations to consume agroecological food …
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An Introduction to Resource Efficiency: Concepts and Definitions

S van Ewijk – Investing in Resource Efficiency, 2018
This chapter clarifies the concepts, definitions, possibilities, and
limitations of resource efficiency. It first explores the context and history
of resource efficiency thinking by reviewing…
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Contemporary Challenges of Climate Change, Sustainable Tourism Consumption, and Destination Competitiveness

T Ohnmacht, J Priskin, J Stettler – Contemporary Challenges of Climate Change …, 2018
… Overview of Articles and Points of Departure for the Interrelationships
Between Climate Change, Sustainable Consumption, and Destination
Competitiveness … This type of accommodation promotes sustainable …
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Fashioning change: how to motivate sustainable consumption behaviour amongst fashion students, a cross-cultural study between Nottingham, UK and Hong Kong

N Braithwaite, C Ng – 2018
Despite being underpinned by a consumer-driven model, fashion continues to take
huge strides towards a sustainable future. This is evident through environmentally
conscious practices, for example, the production of eco-conscious clothing, and, the …
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Perceived Social–Environmental and Emotional Well-Being as a Benefit of Sustainable Tourism Products and Services

F Vinzenz, W Wirth, J Priskin, S Ponnapureddy… – … Challenges of Climate …, 2018
… Sindhuri Ponnapureddy and Timo Ohnmacht ABSTRACT This study examines the
perceived benefit of sustainable consumption from a consumer perspective … Little is known
about the benefits of sustainable consumption from a cus- tomer perspective …
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Culture, consumption and sustainability in a sociological perspective

U Liebe – Cultural Sustainability, 2018
… 2005). However, the impact of these sustainable consumption practices remains rather
low (FAO 2009; Krier 2008). Many argue that, to secure a sustainable society, individuals
must change their lifestyle and consumption patterns (Leng et al …
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[HTML] Reframing the sustainable development goals to achieve sustainable development in the Anthropocene—a systems approach

M Lim, P Søgaard Jørgensen, C Wyborn – Ecology and Society, 2018
… international law. Conceptual mapping identifies education and innovation; governance
and implementation; sustainable consumption and production; and addressing the
key drivers of climate change as key leverage points. The …
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A moral householding perspective on the sharing economy

M Laamanen, S Wahlen, S Lorek – Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018
… 2013). Such everyday, localised, political work and consumption practices offer direct
support to sustainable consumption and social sustainability (Holzer, 2006, Wahlen,
2018, Wahlen and Laamanen, 2015, Yates, 2018). Ultimately …
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[PDF] The status of fish in Malaysian diets and potential barriers to increasing consumption of farmed species

EV Goh – 2018
… 1.1 The Concept of Sustainable Diet for Human Health……………
1 1.1.1 Indicators for Sustainable Consumption……………3 1.2 The
Importance of Fish in the Livelihood of Malaysian …
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[PDF] Future VS Past Development Goals: The SDG’s VS the MDG’s

O Espinoza – 2018
… sustainable. Twelfth, to ensure sustainable consumption and production
patterns … The goals that are connected to the highest number of other goals
are goals number twelve (ensure sustainable consumption and production …
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Making the business case for resource recovery

APM Velenturf, JS Jopson – Science of The Total Environment, 2018
Page 1. Accepted Manuscript Making the business case for resource recovery Anne PM
Velenturf, Juliet S. Jopson PII: S0048-9697(18)33188-7 DOI: doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.
2018.08.224 Reference: STOTEN 28286 To appear in: Science of the Total Environment …
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[PDF] Motivations to consume agroecological food: An analysis of farmers’ markets in Quito, Ecuador

C Vasco, C Sánchez, K Limaico, VH Abril – … of Agriculture and Rural Development in …, 2018
Page 1. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics Vol.
119 No. 2 (2018) 1–10 urn:nbn:de:hebis:34-2018040955214 ISSN: 2363-6033 (online);
1612-9830 (print) – website: www.jarts.info Motivations to consume agroecological food …
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Exploring Public Sector’s Roles in Collaborative Consumption–A Research Agenda

S Hofmann, Ø Sæbø, S Za, AM Braccini – International Conference on Electronic …, 2018
… for a common goal [21, 22]. CC holds a potential venue to stimulate sustainable
consumption practices [23], to promote a cultural shift from ownership to access
and sharing of resources [24]. The behaviour of individuals in a …
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[PDF] Management via Mobile is an Effective Indicator for Developing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Iraq as a Case Study

MS Al-Ani – Journal of University of Human Development, 2018
… countries. • Goal 11 (Cities): Cities and human settlements are inclusive, safe, resilient
and sustainable. • Goal 12 (Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns): Ensure
sustainable consumption and production patterns. • Goal …
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Exploring Public Sector’s Roles in Collaborative Consumption–A Research Agenda

AM Braccini – Electronic Participation: 10th IFIP WG 8.5 International …, 2018
… for a common goal [21, 22]. CC holds a potential venue to stimulate sustainable
consumption practices [23], to promote a cultural shift from ownership to access
and sharing of resources [24]. The behaviour of individuals in a …
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[PDF] Achieving the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals for Oceans and Coasts in the Western Indian Ocean: A Paper for the Science-Policy Workshop of …

Y Waweru – 2018
… even lost because of climate change-induced storms and sea-level rise ; • SDG12
‘ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns’, both of resources, products
and services derived from the ocean, and of (land- based …
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[PDF] SDG 14 as an Entry to Delivery of other Sustainable Development Goals-Session 3: Supporting SDG Delivery Paper 1

Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association – 2018
… Page 3. Page 3 of 10 • SDG12 ‘Ensure sustainable consumption and
production patterns’, both of resources, products and services derived from
the ocean, and of (land-based) production and consumption affecting the …
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Products from Clothing Waste

SD Mundkur, E DEDHIA – … Technologies for Renewable and Recyclable Materials, 2018
… A study on materialism and clothing post purchase behav- iors5 regarding
apparel hoarding, disposing, and participation in recycling suggests that
marketing media should address benefits and ways to recycle and educate …
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Promoting Innovation and Reuse: Opportunities for the Nairobi Convention

Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association – 2018
… practices Page 4. Global Agreement Our Ocean, Our Future: Call for Action (Resolution
adopted by the General Assembly in July 2017) • Promote waste prevention and
minimization; develop sustainable consumption and production patterns; adopt the …
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Options for labelling circular products: Icon design and consumer preferences

MD Bovea, P Quemades-Beltrán, V Pérez-Belis… – Journal of Cleaner …, 2018
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A study of the effect of interior colors of fashion retail stores on green store image and moderation of environmental concern

EJ Lee – 복식문화연구, 2018
Page 1. The Research Journal of the Costume Culture pISSN 1226-0401 eISSN
2383-6334 RJCC Vol.26, No.3, pp.377-389, June 2018 doi.org/10.29049/rjcc.
2018.26.3.377 - 377 - [Original Article] A study of the effect …
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Da Da Da: The Educational Imperative of Self-Control, Generosity and Compassion

N Handa – Education for Sustainability through Internationalisation, 2018
This chapter draws on a traditional Indian story to enrich a logical
argument for transformative education. In this Upanishadic story, the
tripartite commands of thunder ( Da, Da, Da) convey the…
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