The Sustainable Living Project at OSU: A Values Approach to Intelligent Consumer Decisions
Natural resources conservation depends in part on intelligent consumption of those resources.
||Sustainable Living, Intelligent Consumption, Ethics-Based Education
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp.147-152.
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Extension and research interests: Integrating three aspects of the human dimensions of natural resources sustainability: Sustainable living education to help individuals and families make intelligent, thoughtful quality of life and consumer choices about natural resources; Public engagement to better understand the public's natural resource values and beliefs systems; and Collaborative public processes that move people from conflict and promote direct and meaningful natural resources decision-making. http://www.forestry.oregonstate.edu/cof/extended/sustain/
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