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TitleSustainable consumption across 24 OECD metropolitan areas
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Issue Date2015
PublisherUniversity of Western Sydney
Citation
Sustainable consumption across 24 OECD metropolitan areas. In Jenna, C & Cooper, AM (Eds.), Dialogues of Sustainable Urbanisation: Social Science Research and Transitions to Urban Contexts, p. 260-262. Penrith, N.S.W.: University of Western Sydney, 2015 How to Cite?
AbstractDecades of research has demonstrated that everyday environmental actions, such as recycling waste and reducing energy use, are strongly influenced by personal characteristics, such as age and gender. Empirical investigations of the city-level factors associated with these actions are rare. The majority of studies about the impacts of population density on environmental sustainability have placed emphasis on a particular form of consumption choice, i.e. energy use, or multiple cities in a particular country.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/218458
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dc.date.issued2015-
dc.identifier.citationSustainable consumption across 24 OECD metropolitan areas. In Jenna, C & Cooper, AM (Eds.), Dialogues of Sustainable Urbanisation: Social Science Research and Transitions to Urban Contexts, p. 260-262. Penrith, N.S.W.: University of Western Sydney, 2015-
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dc.description.abstractDecades of research has demonstrated that everyday environmental actions, such as recycling waste and reducing energy use, are strongly influenced by personal characteristics, such as age and gender. Empirical investigations of the city-level factors associated with these actions are rare. The majority of studies about the impacts of population density on environmental sustainability have placed emphasis on a particular form of consumption choice, i.e. energy use, or multiple cities in a particular country.-
dc.languageeng-
dc.publisherUniversity of Western Sydney-
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