Environment, Ethics, and Behavior: The Psychology of Environmental Valuation and Degradation

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In this unique, multidisciplinary collection, essays by contributors from the fields of psychology, ethics, education, management, economics, public affairs, and environmental management focus on the psychology and economics of environmental valuation, the barriers to environmentally friendly behavior, people's mental models of the environments, and the risk assessment process as it pertains to the environment.

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