• Sociology
  • Published 2014

Towards ecological sustainability: observations on the role of the arts

@inproceedings{Curtis2014TowardsES,
  title={Towards ecological sustainability: observations on the role of the arts},
  author={David J Curtis and Nick Reid and Ian Reeve},
  year={2014}
}
This paper describes how the arts shape environmental behaviour of individuals and society and is a synthesis arising from a program of previous publication. The literature suggests that the arts may have a role in shaping environmental behaviour but it is not clear how or in what circumstances this might occur. Hence we set out to describe ways in which the arts shape environmental behaviour at the individual level and, through the accumulated actions of individuals, at the societal level… CONTINUE READING

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