A Sustainable Building Promotes Pro-Environmental Behavior: An Observational Study on Food Disposal

@inproceedings{Wu2013ASB,
  title={A Sustainable Building Promotes Pro-Environmental Behavior: An Observational Study on Food Disposal},
  author={David W.–L. Wu and Alessandra DiGiacomo and Alan Kingstone},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
In order to develop a more sustainable society, the wider public will need to increase engagement in pro-environmental behaviors. Psychological research on pro-environmental behaviors has thus far focused on identifying individual factors that promote such behavior, designing interventions based on these factors, and evaluating these interventions. Contextual factors that may also influence behavior at an aggregate level have been largely ignored. In the current study, we test a novel… CONTINUE READING

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