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The Nature of Sustainable Consumption and How to Achieve it.
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Results from the Focal Topic "From Knowledge to Action - New Paths towards Sustainable Consumption".
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Is the online trade with second-hand products changing individual consumer behaviour? What is the sustainability potential of this activity? How can daily energy-consuming routines at the workplace be changed? Do major changes in the course of people's lives represent opportunities to modify their consumer behaviour towards greater sustainability? These are only some of the research questions studied in the focal topic "From Knowledge to Action - New Paths towards Sustainable Consumption" which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) as part of the "Social-ecological Research Programme" (SÖF). This book gives an insight into the research results of the ten project groups. Their diversity highlights that there is much more to "sustainable consumption" than the simple purchase of organic or fair trade products.In addition, overarching conceptual and normative issues were treated across the project groups of the focal topic. Developed collaboratively and moderated by the accompanying research project, the results of the synthesis process are also presented here, as for example how the sustainability of individual consumer behaviour can be evaluated,or which theories of action are particularly useful for specific consumer behaviour phenomena.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Angelika Zahrnt
Preface

Rico Defila, Antonietta Di Giulio, Ruth Kaufmann-Hayoz
Introduction

P a r t 1 - T h e s y n t h e s i s f r a m e w o r k
Rico Defila, Antonietta Di Giulio, Ruth Kaufmann-Hayoz, Markus Winkelmann
A landscape of research around sustainability and consumption

Antonietta Di Giulio, Bettina Brohmann, Jens Clausen, Rico Defila, Doris Fuchs, Ruth Kaufmann-Hayoz, Andreas Koch
Needs and consumption - a conceptual system and its meaning in the context of sustainability

Daniel Fischer, Gerd Michelsen, Birgit Blattel-Mink, Antonietta Di Giulio
Sustainable consumption: how to evaluate sustainability in consumption acts

Ruth Kaufmann-Hayoz, Sebastian Bamberg, Rico Defila, Christian Dehmel, Antonietta Di Giulio, Melanie Jaeger-Erben, Ellen Matthies, Georg Sunderer, Stefan Zundel
Theoretical perspectives on consumer behaviour - attempt at establishing an order to the theories

Ruth Kaufmann-Hayoz, Bettina Brohmann, Rico Defila, Antonietta Di Giulio, Elisa Dunkelberg, Lorenz Erdmann, Doris Fuchs, Sebastian Golz, Andreas Homburg, Ellen Matthies, Malte Nachreiner, Kerstin Tews, Julika Weiß
Societal steering of consumption towards sustainability

Melanie Jaeger-Erben, Martina Schafer, Dirk Dalichau, Christian Dehmel, Konrad Gotz, Daniel Fischer, Andreas Homburg, Marten Schulz, Stefan Zundel
Using 'mixed methods' in sustainable consumption research: approaches, challenges and added value

P a r t 2 - F i n d i n g s f r o m t h e p r o j e c t g r o u p s

A. Status of sustainability in investment decisions
Julika Weiß, Immanuel Stieß, Stefan Zundel
Motives for and barriers to energy-efficient refurbishment of residential dwellings

Joachim Schleich, Bradford F. Mills
Determinants and distributional implications in the purchase of energy-efficient household appliances

B. Changing everyday consumption patterns
Martina Schäfer, Melanie Jaeger-Erben
Life events as windows of opportunity for changing towards sustainable consumption patterns? The change in everyday routines in life-course transitions

Ellen Matthies, Dirk Thomas
Sustainability-related routines in the workplace - prerequisites for successful change

C. Social embedding of consumer behaviour
Matthias Barth, Daniel Fischer, Gerd Michelsen, Horst Rode
Schools and their culture of consumption: a context for consumer learning

Konrad Götz, Wolfgang Glatzer, Sebastian Gölz
Household production and electricity consumption - possibilities for energy savings in private households

Melanie Jaeger-Erben, Ursula Offenberger, Julia Nentwich, Martina Schäfer, Ines Weller
Gender in the focal topic "From Knowledge to Action - New Paths towards Sustainable Consumption": findings and perspectives

Sophia Alcantara, Sandra Wassermann, Marten Schulz
Is "eco-stress"associated with sustainable heat consumption?

Ursula Offenberger, Julia Nentwich
Socio-cultural meanings around heat energy consumption in private households

D. Consumers in new roles
Cordula Kropp, Gerald Beck
How open is open innovation? User roles and barriers to implementation

Birgit Blättel-Mink, Jens Clausen, Dirk Dalichau
Changing consumer roles and opportunities for sustainable consumption in online second-hand trading: the case of eBay

Ulf Schrader, Frank-Martin Belz
Involving users in sustainability innovations

E. Design and efficacy of societal steering
Andreas Koch, Daniel Zech
Impact analysis of heat consumption - user behaviour and the consumption of heat energy

Georg Sunderer, Konrad Götz, Sebastian Gölz
The evaluation of feedback instruments in the context of electricity consumption

Andreas Klesse, Joachim Müller, Ralf-Dieter Person
Achieving and measuring energy savings through behavioural changes: the challenge of measurability in the actual operation of university buildings

Bettina Brohmann, Veit Bürger, Christian Dehmel, Doris Fuchs, Ulrich Hamenstädt, Dorthe Krömker, Volker Schneider, Kerstin Tews
Sustainable electricity consumption in German households - framework conditions for political interventions

Bettina Brohmann, Christian Dehmel, Doris Fuchs, Wilma Mert, Anna Schreuer, Kerstin Tews
Bonus schemes and progressive electricity tariffs as instruments to promote sustainable electricity consumption in private households

Appendix
- Profiles of the project groups
- Authors