Behavioral dimensions of climate change : drivers , responses , barriers , and interventions

@inproceedings{Gifford2011BehavioralDO,
  title={Behavioral dimensions of climate change : drivers , responses , barriers , and interventions},
  author={Robert D. Gifford and Christine Kormos and Amanda McIntyre},
  year={2011}
}
This overview describes the anthropogenic drivers of global climate change, reviews the behavioral and psychological responses to its impacts (including barriers to behavior change), considers behavior-focused intervention strategies, and suggests future directions for research. In doing so, it demonstrates why and how behavioral science is crucial for confronting the complex challenges posed by global climate change. The human dimensions of climate change are discussed, followed by… CONTINUE READING
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