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Dear SCORAI-er, SCORAI is a unique network run by volunteers, with nearly one thousand subscribers.  We are a vibrant community that offers since 2008 high-quality exchanges on issues of sustainable consumption. Our activities include the listserve and newsletter, workshops and conferences, videos and publications, which are defining the field. scorai.org/accomplishments/ The five members of the Read more about Without You, There Is No SCORAI[…]

Publications research articles sustainable consumption for week 37, 2018

Influence of color, shape and damages on consumer preferences and perceived sensory attributes on sub-optimal apples A Normann, M Röding, A Bolos, CJ Lagerkvist… – Eurosense2018, 2018 … Place, publisher, year, edition, pages. 2018. Keywords [en]. sensory, sustainable consumption, apples National Category. Food Engineering Identifiers. URN: urn:nbn:se:hkr:diva-18669OAI: oai:DiVA.org:hkr-18669DiVA … [HTML] Environmental footprints of food consumption and dietary patterns among Read more about Publications research articles sustainable consumption for week 37, 2018[…]

Publications research articles sustainable consumption for week 36, 2018

Does Internet penetration encourage sustainable consumption? A cross-national analysis Y Wang, F Hao – Sustainable Production and Consumption, 2018 The Internet has disruptively transformed the way human beings interact with the environment. This article investigates the extent to which Internet penetration at the national level influences individual sustainable consumption in a cross-national … [PDF] Factors Affecting the Consumption of Soy-based Foodstuffs Read more about Publications research articles sustainable consumption for week 36, 2018[…]

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 … Consumer Readiness to Reduce Read more about Publications sustainable consumption research week 35, 2018[…]