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Bronnen 3Bplus artikelen klimaatverandering

Wat is klimaatverandering: een introductie Oorzaken en gevolgen van klimaatverandering Duurzaamheid als antwoord op klimaatverandering Infographic: hoe bereiken we duurzaamheid? Invloed van de mens op klimaatverandering Waarom doen we niets aan klimaatverandering? Gebrek aan klimaatactie – eigenschappen van de mens Het uitblijven van klimaatactie – menselijke eigenschappen Infographic: waarom nemen we geen actie tegen klimaatverandering Klimaatverandering – hoe zorgen we voor klimaatactie? Actie tegen klimaatverandering – het bewegen van mensen Klimaatveranderingscommunicatie – de aanpak van klimaatverandering Klimaatactie mogelijk maken – motivatie en belemmeringen Infographic: Hoe zorgen we voor actie tegen klimaatverandering?

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Ethics and public perception of climate change: Exploring the Christian voices in the US public debate. Global Environmental Change, 19(4), pp. 512–521. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0959378009000648 Whitmarsh, L. & O’Neill, S. (2010). Green identity, green living? The role of pro-environmental self-identity in determining consistency across diverse pro-environmental behaviours. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 30(3), pp. 305–314. http://orca.cf.ac.uk/20442/1/Green%20identity%2010.1016j.jenvp.2010.01.003.pdf Whitmarsh, L., Seyfang G. & O’Neill, S. (2011). Public Engagement with Carbon and Climate Change: To what extent is the public ‘carbon capable’?. Global Environmental Change, 21(1), pp. 56–65. http://orca.cf.ac.uk/20440/1/Public%20engagement%2010.1016_j.gloenvcha.2010.07.011.pdf Deze bronnen behoren bij onze artikelen over klimaatverandering. Lees meer: Deel 1 – Wat is klimaatverandering: een introductie Deel 2 – Oorzaken en gevolgen van klimaatverandering Deel 3 – Duurzaamheid als antwoord op klimaatverandering Infographic – Hoe bereiken we duurzaamheid? Deel 1 – Invloed van de mens op klimaatverandering Deel 2 – Waarom doen we niets aan klimaatverandering? Deel 3 – Gebrek aan klimaatactie – eigenschappen van de mens Deel 4 – Het uitblijven van klimaatactie – menselijke eigenschappen Infographic – Waarom nemen we geen actie tegen klimaatverandering? Deel 1 – Klimaatverandering – hoe zorgen we voor klimaatactie? Deel 2 – Actie tegen klimaatverandering – het bewegen van mensen Deel 3 – Klimaatveranderingscommunicatie – de aanpak van klimaatverandering Deel 4 – Klimaatactie mogelijk maken – motivatie en belemmeringen Infographic – Hoe zorgen we voor actie tegen klimaatverandering?