Teaching About Sustainable Consumption: Reflections on Consumption Logging

At times, instructors of sustainable consumption struggle to disrupt students’ deep-seated notions of consumption as an individualized phenomenon. When offering their views on why we face an over-consumption problem, many students argue it is because of human greed and selfishness. This belief is potentially problematic because students may then neglect to observe ways that institutions, Read more about Teaching About Sustainable Consumption: Reflections on Consumption Logging[…]