Skip to content Skip to navigation

Bibliographic Database

Export 869 results:
Eagly, A. H, and P. Kulesa. Attitudes, Attitude Structure, And Resistance To Change. Environmental Ethics And Behavior. Ed. Max H Bazerman et al. San Francisco: New Lexington, 1997. 122-153. Web. Environmental Ethics And Behavior.
Ebreo, A., J. Hershey, and J. Vining. Reducing Solid Waste: Linking Recycling To Environmentally Responsible Consumerism. Environment and Behavior 31 (1999): 107-135. Web. Environment And Behavior.
Eden, S. E. Public Participation In Environmental Policy: Considering Scientific, Counter-Scientific And Non-Scientific Contributions. Public Understanding of Science 5 (1996): 183-204. Web. Public Understanding Of Science.
Edgell, M. CR, and D. E Nowell. The New Environmental Paradigm Scale: Wildlife And Environmental Beliefs In British Columbia. Society and Natural Resources 2 (1989): 285-. Web. Society And Natural Resources.
Egan, C. The Application Of Social Science To Energy Conservation: Realizations, Models, And Findings. Washington, DC: Prepared for the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, 2001. Web.
Ellis, R. J, and F. Thompson. Culture And The Environment In The Pacific Northwest. American Political Science Review 91 (1997): 885-. Web. American Political Science Review.
Erickson, R. J. Household Energy Use In Sweden And Minnesota: Image And Reality. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty. Ed. B. M Morrison & Kempton, Willett. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, 1984. 437-448. Web. Families And Energy: Coping With Uncertainty.
Ester, P., and R. A Winett. Toward More Effective Antecedent Strategies For Environmental Programs. Journal of Environmental Systems (1982): 201-221. Web. Journal Of Environmental Systems.
Ester, P. Consumer Behavior And Energy Conservation. Hingham, MA: D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1985. Web.