Sustainable Consumption Governance: A History of Promises and Failures

@article{Fuchs2005SustainableCG,
  title={Sustainable Consumption Governance: A History of Promises and Failures},
  author={D. Fuchs and S. Lorek},
  journal={Journal of Consumer Policy},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={261-288}
}
What are the implications of the current international political, and economic settings for consumer policy, and, in particular, those regarding sustainable consumption? In terms of improvements in the efficiency of consumption, the settings have induced efforts to this effect and show potential for further progress. In terms of necessary changes in consumption levels and patterns, however, little progress has been made since the Rio Summit nor is there likely to be any in the near future… Expand
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