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Human preferences, practices and actions are the main drivers of global environmental change in the 21st century. It is crucial, therefore, to promote pro-environmental behavior. In order to accomplish this,

Human preferences, practices and actions are the main drivers of global environmental change in the 21st century. It is crucial, therefore, to promote pro-environmental behavior. In order to accomplish this, we need to move beyond rational choice and behavioral decision theories, which do not capture the full range of commitments, assumptions, imaginaries, and belief systems that drive those preferences and actions.

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    Holm, P., Adamson, J., Huang, H., Kirdan, L., Kitch, S., Mccalman, I., . . . Wehner, K. (2015). Humanities for the Environment—A Manifesto for Research and Action. Humanities, 4(4), 977-992. doi:10.3390/h4040977

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