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Why the devil does not have the best tunes: a response to Verissimo & McKinley

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Corner A. & Randall A. (2011) Selling climate change? The limitations of social marketing as a strategy for climate change public engagement. Global Environmental Change, 21, 10051014.
Hobson K. (2003) Thinking habits into action: the role of knowledge and process in questioning household consumption practices. Local Environment, 8, 95112.
Veríssimo D. & McKinley E. (2016) Introducing conservation marketing: why should the devil have all the best tunes? Oryx, 50, 14.
Young W. & Middlemiss L. (2012) A rethink of how policy and social science approach changing individuals' actions on greenhouse gas emissions. Energy Policy, 41, 742747.
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Oryx
  • ISSN: 0030-6053
  • EISSN: 1365-3008
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