Representative survey of the per-capita consumption of natural resources in Germany

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Contributors Dr. Stephanie Moser (Principle Investigator)
Publications Moser, Stephanie; Kleinhückelkotten, S.; Neitzke, H.P. (2015). Good intents but low impacts: Various determinants for different indicators of overall energy use. In: 11th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology (BCEP 2015). Groningen, Netherlands. 24.08.-26.08.2015.
Kleinhückelkotten, Silke; Neitzke, H. - Peter; Moser, Stephanie (2016). Repräsentative Erhebung von Pro-Kopf- Verbräuchen natürlicher Ressourcen in Deutschland (nach Bevölkerungsgruppen) (Texte 39/2016). Dessau-Rosslau: Umweltbundesamt
Moser, Stephanie; Lannen, Anu; Kleinhückelkotten, Silke; Neitzke, H.- Peter; Bilharz, Michael (2016). Good intentions, big footprints: Facing household energy use in rich countries (CDE Policy Brief 9). Bern, Switzerland: Centre for Development and Environment (CDE)
Moser, Stephanie; Kleinhückelkotten, Silke (2018). Good Intents, but Low Impacts: Diverging Importance of Motivational and Socioeconomic Determinants Explaining Pro-Environmental Behavior, Energy Use, and Carbon Footprint. Environment and behavior, 50(6), pp. 626-656. Sage 10.1177/0013916517710685
Moser, Stephanie; Kleinhückelkotten, Silke (September 2017). Good intents but low impacts: Diverging importance of motivational and socio-economic determinants explaining pro-environmental behavior, energy use, and carbon footprint (Unpublished). In: 15th SPS SGP SSP Conference: Treasuring the diversity of psychology. Lausanne, Switzerland. 04.-05.09.2017.

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