Publication - Research and analysis

The Impact of Workplace Initiatives on Low Carbon Behaviours

Published: 23 Mar 2012
ISBN:
9781780457581

This research, commissioned jointly by the Scottish Government, Defra and the 2020 Climate Group, investigates ‘what works’ in delivering low-carbon behavioural initiatives in the workplace.

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The Impact of Workplace Initiatives on Low Carbon Behaviours
FOOTNOTES

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FOOTNOTES

1. See e.g. Bronfenbrenner 1979 on ecological models of behaviour

2. EPPI/Rathouse/Darnton for Defra 2011

3. Christmas et al. (2009) Nine Big Questions about Behaviour Change, Department for Transport

4. Davies et al., 2009; Bartlett, 2011

5. Zibarras et al., 2010

6. Zibarras, ibid.

7. Whitmarsh, 2009; Darnton, 2011

8. Step Ahead, 2008

9. Kane, 2011; Plank, 2011; Feasby and Wells, 2011

10. Carrico et al., 2010

11. Plank, 2011

12. Feasby and Wells, 2011

13. GROW, 2011

14. AEA, 2009

15. Anderton et al., 2011

16. Centre for Sustainable Energy, 2009

17. GROW, 2011; Centre for Sustainable Energy, 2009; Southerton et al., 2011

18. Ramus et al., 2007

19. Carrico et al., 2010

20. Zibarras et al., 2011; Centre for Sustainable Energy, 2009; CMI, 2009; Feasby and Wells, 2011

21. Vickers et al., 2009

22. Step Ahead, 2008

23. CMI, 2009

24. Parker, 2011

25. Kane, 2011; Ramus et al, 2007

26. Southerton et al., 2011

27. Simpson, 2011

28. PIRC, 2011

29. WRAP, 2008

30. The report does not specify whether the sample is representative, whether the data are weighted or the survey response rate

31. Ramus et al., 2007

32. The databases were Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstracts; Emerald; International Bibliography of Social Sciences; IngentaConnect; JSTOR; Greenfile; PsychINFO; ZETOC; Google Scholar


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