Behavioural Attitude towards Waste Prevention and Recycling

An article with the title ”Attitude towards Waste Prevention and Recycling” by Francesco Nicolli (FSR Cimate) with Paola Farinelli and Marianna Gilli,  was recently published in the Ecological Economics Review. The article investigates empirically the relationship between individual motivations and recycling and minimisation behaviours. 

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