Environmentally Significant Behaviour in the Czech Republic : Energy, Food and Transportation.

By: Sčasný, MilanContributor(s): Urban, Jan | Zvěřinová, IvaPublisher: Prague : Karolinum Press, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (257 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9788024627489Subject(s): Environmental health -- Czech Republic.;Czech Republic -- Environmental conditions -- PeriodicalsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Environmentally Significant Behaviour in the Czech Republic: Energy, Food and TransportationDDC classification: 616 LOC classification: RA566.5.C94 -- S33 2013ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Table of Contents -- Chapter 1: Environmentally Significant Behaviour -- Chapter 2: Factors of Consumption Behaviour and Their Policy Relevance -- Chapter 3: Residential Energy and Transport Demand -- Chapter 4: Curtailments as Means of Energy Saving -- Chapter 5: Residential Energy-efficiency Investments -- Chapter 6: Passenger Car Ownership -- Chapter 7: Organic Food Buying Behaviour -- Summary -- Resumé -- References -- Appendices -- Index.
Summary: This book strives to present the results of research into the consumption of goods and services in Czech households. The first two chapters focus on the effect of consumption on the environment and theoretical approaches towards consumption and behaviour analysis. The remaining five chapters look into consumer behaviour and its significant effect on the environment, such as a demand for energy and transport, energy-saving measures in households, car ownership and organic food consumption. This book aims to point out the environmental effects related to these types of behaviour and provide new information on the frequency of these types of consumer behaviour in various segments of the Czech society. This publication also accentuates the policies and other intervention tools that may be used to influence consumer behaviour.
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Intro -- Table of Contents -- Chapter 1: Environmentally Significant Behaviour -- Chapter 2: Factors of Consumption Behaviour and Their Policy Relevance -- Chapter 3: Residential Energy and Transport Demand -- Chapter 4: Curtailments as Means of Energy Saving -- Chapter 5: Residential Energy-efficiency Investments -- Chapter 6: Passenger Car Ownership -- Chapter 7: Organic Food Buying Behaviour -- Summary -- Resumé -- References -- Appendices -- Index.

This book strives to present the results of research into the consumption of goods and services in Czech households. The first two chapters focus on the effect of consumption on the environment and theoretical approaches towards consumption and behaviour analysis. The remaining five chapters look into consumer behaviour and its significant effect on the environment, such as a demand for energy and transport, energy-saving measures in households, car ownership and organic food consumption. This book aims to point out the environmental effects related to these types of behaviour and provide new information on the frequency of these types of consumer behaviour in various segments of the Czech society. This publication also accentuates the policies and other intervention tools that may be used to influence consumer behaviour.

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