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Sustainable Behaviour

‚ÄčConsumption patterns are changing. Demand is growing for higher safety and quality standards as well as more environmentally friendly goods and services. What contributions are people willing to make voluntarily, what encourages sustainable consumer behaviour in individuals? What role do environmental education, education for sustainable development (continuing education and training) and communication play? How do raw material producers, the processing industry and the retail sector perceive and react to changes in consumer habits?

The significance of product labels and information on consumer behaviour is increasing. But how does consumer behaviour actually change from a behavioural economic perspective?

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Extending the lifespan of mobile devicesExtending the lifespan of mobile deviceshttp://www.nfp73.ch/en/projects/sustainable-behaviour/extending-the-lifespan-of-mobile-devicesDr. Yann Blumer
Nudging small and medium-sized companiesNudging small and medium-sized companieshttp://www.nfp73.ch/en/projects/sustainable-behaviour/nudging-small-and-medium-sized-companiesDr. Jan Schmitz
Rebound Effects of the Sharing EconomyRebound Effects of the Sharing Economyhttp://www.nfp73.ch/en/projects/sustainable-behaviour/rebound-effects-of-the-sharing-economyProf. Dr. Claudia R. Binder
Sustainable consumer behaviourSustainable consumer behaviourhttp://www.nfp73.ch/en/projects/sustainable-behaviour/sustainable-consumer-behaviourProf. Dr. Renate Schubert
The influence of environmental identitiesThe influence of environmental identitieshttp://www.nfp73.ch/en/projects/sustainable-behaviour/the-influence-of-environmental-identitiesProf. Dr. Sandor Czellar

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