Waste Management in Ecuador: Environmental Attitude and Behaviour
This paper presents a survey research findings. A behavioural framework that helps understand environmental practices in a small rural community in the exuadorian Andes is presented.
||Waste Management, Ecuador, Survey Method, Environmental Attitude and Behaviour
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 1, Issue 5, pp.33-40.
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Dr. May Aung (B.Comm, M.Comm. Burma, Ph.D. York) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Marketing and Consumer Studies at the University of Guelph. Dr. Aung’s areas of research focus on sustainable environment, cross-cultural consumer studies and services marketing. She has over fifteen years of teaching, research and field experience in America, Europe and Asia.
Ms. Martha Arias, B.Comm, M.Sc, has an undergraduate degree in Finance and International Business as well as a joint Master’s degree in International Development and Consumer Studies. Ms. Arias has worked with the Inter-American Bank of Development and community development non-profit organisations in Latin America. Ms. Arias' expertise is in the development, implementation and evaluation of projects within disadvantage communities in the developing world. She has also worked for the Canadian arm of The Easter Seals Society and is currently the Program Director for Opportunity International Canada.
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