Achieving climate objectives in transport policy by including women and challenging gender norms: The Swedish case

@article{Kronsell2016AchievingCO,
  title={Achieving climate objectives in transport policy by including women and challenging gender norms: The Swedish case},
  author={Annica Kronsell and Lena Smidfelt Rosqvist and Lena Winslott Hiselius},
  journal={International Journal of Sustainable Transportation},
  year={2016},
  volume={10},
  pages={703 - 711}
}
ABSTRACT This article explores whether women can become the change agents for a sustainable transport sector and how such a change can be accomplished through transport policy. Based on the Swedish case, women still on average have transportation behavior with lower environmental impact than men have; women also tend to have stronger preferences for improving sustainability in the sector. The results imply that there are interesting behavior and attitude characteristics expressed by women that… Expand
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