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Kollmuss & Agyeman's Model of pro-environmental behaviour

Re-created from Kollmuss & Agyeman's Model of pro-environmental behaviour, Fig. 7 in 'Mind the Gap', 2002
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Hannah Elvery

on 25 January 2014

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Transcript of Kollmuss & Agyeman's Model of pro-environmental behaviour

Pro-
Environmental
Behavior

Internal Factors
Personality traits
Value system, etc
Environmental Consciousness
Knowledge
Values
Attitudes
Feelings
Fear
Emotional Involvement
Emotional Blocking
of new information
Lack of
knowledge
Model of pro-environmental behaviour (Fig 7. Kollmuss & Agyeman, 2002)
Emotional blocking of env. values/attitudes
Existing values prevent emotional involvement
Existing values prevent learning
Existing knowledge contradicts env. values
Indirect env. actions (eg. political action)
External Factors
Infrastructure
Political, social and cultural factors
Economic situation
etc.
Negative or insufficient feedback about behaviour

Lack of internal incentives


Lack of env. consciousness

Lack of internal incentives

Lack of external possibilities and incentives

Old behaviour patterns
....


Barriers
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