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Are there domino effects between consumers' ordinary and ‘green’ practices? An analysis of quantitative data from a sensitisation campaign on personal carbon footprint

Bibliographic reference Bartiaux, Françoise ; Reátegui Salmón, Luis. Are there domino effects between consumers' ordinary and ‘green’ practices? An analysis of quantitative data from a sensitisation campaign on personal carbon footprint. In: International Review of Sociology, Vol. 22, no.3, p. 471-491 (2012)
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