By: GT Gardner and PC Stern
369 pages, Figs, tables, b/w photos.
What does our knowledge of human behaviour tell us about the root causes of environmental problems and about strategies for solving them? Viewing environmental problems mainly as 'Tragedies of the Commons' this book suggests ways in which behavioural predispositions act as barriers to solutions, but also can be exploited to generate incentives towards new strategies.
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