March 3, 2017

Publications Sustainable Consumption Research Week 11, 2018

Diagnosis of education programs in sustainable consumption and market green policy sustainable production capital district

LN Vanegas, M Mejía – Ingeniería y competitividad: revista científica y …, 2018
El presente artículo contiene los resultados del diagnóstico de los Programas Educación en
Consumo Sostenible y Mercados Verdes de la Estrategia Promoción al Consumo
Sostenible de la Política de Producción Sostenible del Distrito Capital (1) para el Sector
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Can the SDGs Provide a Basis for Supply Chain Decisions in the Construction Sector?

E Russell, J Lee, R Clift – Sustainability, 2018
… This paper reports an empirical investigation into the value of the UN Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs), especially Sustainable Consumption and Production (SDG12), when used as
a framework for action by organisations to drive change towards sustainability in global …
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[PDF] The Role of Perceived Consumer Effectiveness in Recycling Behavior: an Indirect Pathway Through Another Pro-Environmental Behavior

C Arias – ACR Latin American Advances, 2017
… Through two models and data from a study on sustainable consumption, the author proposes
an approach in which the individuals’ perception about the utility of their actions to solve problems
encourages recycling through another pro-environmental behavior: reusing bags …
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Exploring local and organic food consumption in a holistic sustainability view

ML Scalvedi, A Saba – British Food Journal, 2018
… preferences between different alternatives. Shifting the focus from specific food consumption
to multipurpose sustainable consumption … sustainable product to boost the added-value of
the food and strengthen the sustainable consumption knowledge …
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[PDF] Sustainable Consumption: Driven By Purpose, Redirected By Emotions, Compromised By Income

B Pereira, JA Rosa, C Andres Trujillo V – ACR Latin American Advances, 2017
The Transformative Consumer Research movement was born around 12 years ago as an
initiative to develop a scholarly agenda for improving “life in relation to the myriad
conditions, demands, potentialities, and effects of consumption”(Mick 2006, p. 2). Although
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[PDF] Information and Communications Technologies for Sustainable Development Goals: State-of-the-Art, Needs and Perspectives

J Wu, S Guo, H Huang, W Liu, Y Xiang – arXiv preprint arXiv:1802.09345, 2018
Page 1. arXiv:1802.09345v1 [cs.CY] 19 Feb 2018 1 Information and Communications
Technologies for Sustainable Development Goals: State-of-the-Art, Needs and
Perspectives Jinsong Wu, Senior Member, IEEE, Song Guo …
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[HTML] Educating Professionals for Sustainable Futures

H Janhonen-Abruquah, J Topp, H Posti-Ahokas – Sustainability, 2018
… Translating these into practice remains a challenge. The balance between human
and nature was mostly understood as recycling, use of public transport, sustainable
consumption, and taking trips to the nature nearby. Cultural …
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Resetting the Compass: Principles for Responsible Urban Built Environment Education (PRUE)

U Iyer-Raniga – Sustainable Development Research in the Asia-Pacific …, 2018
… At the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) in 2012, Heads of State
adopted the 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production
(SCP) Patterns (10YFP), a global framework for action to accelerate the shift towards …
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Sustainability in Universities in the Asia-Pacific Region: An Introduction

W Leal Filho, U Iyer-Raniga, J Rogers – … Development Research in the Asia-Pacific …, 2018
… employment and decent work for all’; Goal 9 to ‘build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive
and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation’; Goal 10 in reducing ‘inequality within
and among countries’; Goal 12 on ensuring sustainable consumption and production …
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‘Pollution Prevention’is the key to drive sustainability: Preliminary findings from a Tannery unit in India

SK Gupta, S Gupta – Management of Environmental Quality: An International …, 2018
Page 1. 1 ‘Pollution Prevention’ is the key to drive sustainability: Preliminary findings
from a Tannery unit in India Abstract Purpose: To demonstrate the difference in firm
performance between pollution prevention and pollution …
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[PDF] An Innovative Use of Eco-management Scheme: Some New Applications

A Rocchi, M Olimpia – 2018
… integrated sustainable development policies through the European Union Strategy for Sustainable
Development (SDS), as well as the action plan (Rocchi A, Amodeo GU, Jirillo R., 2007 [10]) for
environmental technologies prioritizing sustainable consumption and production …
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Methodological Challenges of Research in Nudging

E van Kleef, HCM van Trijp – Methods in Consumer Research, Volume 1, 2018
“Nudges” refers to a variety of simple changes in consumers’ choice environment done
in such a way that the desired individual choice (eg, the healthy cho.
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[PDF] Monitoring ESD: lessons learned and ways forward

AS Lockhart – Issues and trends in Education for Sustainable …, 2018
… SDG12 aims to ‘ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns’. Its target hopes
to ‘by 2030, ensure that people everywhere have the relevant information and awareness
for sustainable development and lifestyles in harmony with nature’ …
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Big Data Analytics and Context-Aware Computing: Characteristics, Commonalities, Differences, Applications, and Challenges

SE Bibri – Smart Sustainable Cities of the Future, 2018
Data sensing and information processing are being fast embedded into
the very fabric of the contemporary city in terms of its environments, systems,
and processes, while wireless networks are…
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Systems Thinking and Complexity Science and the Relevance of Big Data Analytics, Intelligence Functions, and Simulation Models

SE Bibri – Smart Sustainable Cities of the Future, 2018
Smart sustainable cities are complex systems par excellence. This is
manifested in a variety of ways to think of and define the underlying many
subsystems as connected and joined together by a web of…
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Conceptual, Theoretical, Disciplinary, and Discursive Foundations: A Multidimensional Framework

SE Bibri – Smart Sustainable Cities of the Future, 2018
In the subject of smart sustainable cities, the underlying theories are a foundation for practice.
Moreover, scholarly research in the field of smart sustainable cities operates out of the…
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Human Security: Theory and Action

D Andersen-Rodgers, K Crawford – 2018
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The Impact of Climate Change on Our Life

A Omran, O Schwarz-Herion
… and Environmental Protection. Her main areas of expertise include food and nutrition
security and safety, agricultural marketing and markets, agro-food chains, sustainable
consumption, competitiveness, trade, etc. Amir Hussin …
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[PDF] International Journal of Education and Social Science Research

EC Akani
… An essential ingredient sustainable development is sustainable consumption . The 1994 Oslo
symposium on SC defines it as … 11 Make cities and human settlement inclusive, safe, resilient
and sustainable. 12 Ensure sustainable consumption and production …
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[PDF] More Stars or More Reviews? Differential Effects of Reputation on Trust in the Sharing Economy

W Qiu, P Parigi – 2018
Page 1. More Stars or More Reviews? Differential Effects of Reputation on Trust in
the Sharing Economy Will Qiu Stanford University Stanford, CA, USA willqiu@stanford.
edu Palo Parigi Airbnb Research, Airbnb San Francisco …
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Toward Sustainable Consumption and Life Satisfaction: Understanding Apparel Consumption of Voluntary Simplifiers

H Cho, HY Kim – 2017
The modern consumption-oriented culture not only negatively impacts an individual’s well-
being but also damages the environment. Overconsumption often results in personal debts,
overwork, losing time to spend with significant others, psychological emptiness, and general
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Space Agencies’ Perspective on Space for Sustainable Development

J Aschbacher, CB Santi, W Rathgeber – Yearbook on Space Policy 2016, 2018
… 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities – Make cities and human settlements inclusive,
safe, resilient and sustainable. 12. Responsible Consumption and Production – Ensure
sustainable consumption and production patterns. 13 …
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Convenience or price orientation? Consumer characteristics influencing food waste behaviour in the context of an emerging country and the impact on future …

J Aschemann-Witzel, A Giménez, G Ares – Global Environmental Change, 2018
… et al., 2015). At the same time, individual consumer factors, measured through
psychographic variables, are rather decisive for sustainable consumption behaviour,
particularly in the long run. Consequently, consumer behaviour …
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[PDF] Science for MPA Management: Understanding the UN/EU Ecosystem Approach and the Role of MPAs

D Kersting, C Webster – 2018
… Biodiversity and Ecosystems, • Land and Sea Interaction and Processes, • Integrated Coastal
Zone Management, • Sustainable Consumption and Production and • Climate Change Adaptation.
INTRODUCTION TO THE MSFD AND THE GES DESCRIPTORS …
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Social Movements and Political Activism in Contemporary Japan: Re-emerging from Invisibility

D Chiavacci, J Obinger – 2018
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[PDF] Consumer’s behaviour in assessing environmental impact of consumption

V Nita, V Castellani, S Sala – 2017
… Adopting a social and environmental perspective, sustainable consumption is defined as “the
use of services and related products, which respond to basic needs and bring a better quality
of life while minimizing the use of natural resources and toxic materials as well as the …
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Travelling like locals: Market resistance in long-term travel

P Kannisto – Tourism Management, 2018
Market resistance has been studied in relation to ecological and ethical tourism, while
lifestyle-based resistance has received less attention. This study exami.
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Eco-Modernist Environmental Politics and Counter-Activism Around the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games

K Kim, H Chung – Sociology of Sport Journal, 2018
… They are skeptical about the possibility of sustainable consumption through technology.
With advanced technologies very costly, they view it as unlikely that states and business
sectors will engage in actually sustainable consumption …
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[HTML] Front-of-pack Nutri-Score labelling in France: an evidence-based policy

C Julia, F Etilé, S Hercberg – The Lancet Public Health, 2018
… www.eufoodpolicy.com/cgi-bin/view_article.pl?id=14786 (2017) (accessed Jan 4, 2018).
3; OECD; Promoting sustainable consumption—good practices in OECD countries.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris (2008) …
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Life cycle assessment of Mexican polymer and high-durability cotton paper banknotes

C Luján-Ornelas, UMC Sternenfels, LP Güereca – Science of The Total Environment, 2018
… As a result, a transition to new productive practices and sustainable consumption patterns focused
on preserving the environment are necessary, seeking to reduce the usage of resources and
the generation of pollutants throughout the life cycle of products and services (UN …
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