Using behavioural science to reduce littering : understanding, addressing and solving the problem of litter
Kolodko, Julia; Read, Daniel;
Publisher: Keep Britain Tidy
The main objective of this article is to provide an overview of decision-making literature relevant to littering and to explain behavioural science be applied to tackling the problem of littering. We begin by explaining how littering is a commons dilemma and why, theref... View more
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