Identifying and explaining framing strategies of low carbon lifestyle movement organisations

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Buchs, Milena; Saunders, Clare; Wallbridge, Rebecca; Smith, Graham; Bardsley, Nicholas;

Over the last decade we have seen the growth and development of low carbon lifestyle movement organisations, which seek to encourage members of the public to reduce their personal energy use and carbon emissions. As a first step to assess the transformational potential ... View more
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