Reducing Energy Use and Carbon Emissions: A Critical Assessment of Small-Group Interventions

@inproceedings{Fisher2016ReducingEU,
  title={Reducing Energy Use and Carbon Emissions: A Critical Assessment of Small-Group Interventions},
  author={Jill Fisher and Katherine N Irvine},
  year={2016}
}
Motivating individuals to decrease the environmental impact of their lifestyles could play an important role in reducing energy use and meeting carbon reduction commitments in developed countries. Few approaches which encourage voluntary changes in behaviour result in substantial reductions in energy use, however, particularly over the longer term. An exception to this general trend is small-group interventions which use group participation and which target collections of behaviours including… CONTINUE READING
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