The Welsh Single-Use Carrier Bag Charge and behavioural spillover

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Thomas, Gregory Owen; Poortinga, Wouter; Sautkina, Elena;

A Single-Use Carrier Bag Charge (SUCBC) requires bags to be sold for a small fee, instead of free of charge. SUCBCs may produce ‘spillover’ effects, where other pro-environmental attitudes and behaviours could increase or decrease. We investigate the 2011 Welsh SUCBC, a... View more
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