Study finds culture influences response to climate change; consumption and reproduction
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JUNE 30, 2011
How people choose to consume resources and use contraception influences their responses to climate change, according to a new study by a team of psychologists. Both substantially increase carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere, the researchers report in a special issue of American Psychologist that focuses on how psychology contributes to understanding and addressing global climate change. 2011) Human behavioral contributions to climate change: Psychological and contextual drivers.