Human Dimensions of Environmental Risks Behavioural Experiments, Field Experiments, Survey Research
Both local environmental problems in wealthy and in developing countries as well as global risks are mainly due to emissions from industrial and agrarian production, energy provision, transportation and household consumption. Researchers from economics, sociology, social psychology and political science have explored opportunities to reduce environmentally harmful activities.
|Congressi Stefano Franscini (CSF) of ETH Zurich, Monte Verità, Ascona
The international and interdisciplinary conference brings together researchers mainly from the social sciences – sociology, social psychology, economics, political science, ethnology – to exchange ideas, present and discuss innovative research and new methodological approaches to various aspects of the human dimensions of environmental problems and risks.
Contributions are very welcome. They should be submitted (title, abstract, manuscript if available) no later than 31 January 2017 to the conference office:
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