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Clemen, R. T, and T. Reilly. Making Hard Decisions. Pacific Grove, CA: Duxbury, 2001. Web.
Cluett, C., and M. E Olsen. Voluntary Energy Conservation Through Neighborhood Programs: Design And Evaluation. Energy Systems and Policy (1982): 161-192. Web. Energy Systems And Policy.
Cobern, M. K et al. The Effect Of Commitment On Adoption And Diffusion Of Grass Cycling. Environment and Behavior 27 (1995): 213-. Web. Environment And Behavior.
Cohen, Mark A. Monitoring And Enforcement Of Environmental Policy. International Yearbook Of Environmental And Resource Economics. Ed. Tom Tietenberg, Folmer, Henk, & Elgar, Edward. 1999. Web. International Yearbook Of Environmental And Resource Economics.
Collins, N. E et al. Past Efforts And Future Directions For Evaluating State Energy Conservation Programs. ORNL-6113. Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1985. Web.
Conlisk, J. Why Bounded Rationality?. Journal of Economic Literature (1996): 34-. Web. Journal Of Economic Literature.
Conniff, R. Counting Carbons. DiscoverDiscover 26 (2005): n. pag. Web. Discoverdiscover.
Cook, T. D, and B. R Flay. The Persistence Of Experimentally Induced Attitude Change. Advances In Experimental Social Psychology. Ed. L. Berkowitz. Vol. 11. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 1978. 1-57. Web. Advances In Experimental Social Psychology.
Cook, S. W, and J. L Berrenberg. Approaches To Encouraging Conservation Behavior: A Review And Conceptual Framework. Journal of Social Issues 37 (1981): 73-107. Web. Journal Of Social Issues.
Costanzo, M. A et al. Energy Conservation Behavior: The Difficult Path From Information To Action. American Psychologist 41 (1986): 521-528. Web. American Psychologist.
Cotgrove, S. Catastrophe Or Cornucopia. New York: John Wiley Sons, 1982. Web.
Cottrell, F. Technology, Man And Progress. Technology, Man And Progress. Ed. E. Lemert. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill, 1972. Web. Technology, Man And Progress.
Crabb, P. B. Effective Control Of Energy-Depleting Behavior. American Psychologist 47 (1992): 815-816. Web. American Psychologist.