Conservationists' eco-footprints suggest education alone won't change behaviour

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Willie Soon – a group of Cambridge Conservation Scientists have discovered that greens enjoy the same carbon belching perks as the rest of us, and rarely purchase carbon offsets or make other personal sacrifices such as reducing meat consumption. Conservationists take nine flights a year, despite knowing danger to…

Conservationists' eco-footprints suggest education alone won't change behaviour

Conservationists work to save the planet, and few are as knowledgeable when it comes to the environmental pressures of the Anthropocene.

Tue 10 Oct 17 from Phys.org

Conservationists’ eco-footprints suggest education alone won’t change behaviour, Tue 10 Oct 17 from AlphaGalileo

Conservationists hardly conserve more than, oh, economists - CNET

Commentary: A new Cambridge University study says those who know more about conservation don't necessarily act on their knowledge.

Wed 11 Oct 17 from CNET

Conservationists take average of nine flights each year

Researchers from the universities of Cambridge and Vermont found conservationists 'often engage in environmentally harmful' behaviour in a study of 734 people.

Tue 10 Oct 17 from Daily Mail

Study: Greens Have a Fat Carbon Footprint

Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Willie Soon – a group of Cambridge Conservation Scientists have discovered that greens enjoy the same carbon belching perks as the rest of us, and rarely ...

Tue 10 Oct 17 from Watts Up With That?

Conservationists' eco-footprints suggest education alone won't change behavior

A new study shows that even those presumably best informed on the environment find it hard to consistently 'walk the walk,' prompting scientists to question whether relying solely on information ...

Tue 10 Oct 17 from ScienceDaily

Conservationists' eco-footprints suggest education alone won't change behavior, Tue 10 Oct 17 from Eurekalert

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