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Environmental Beliefs and Values: In Search of Models and Methods.
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Making Sense of Beliefs and Values.
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Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. —Brundtland Report As degradation of our climate, resources, and ecosystem continues, the environmental movement strives for relevance and impact. Although there is widespread public support for environmental protection, such support does not translate generally or readily into action. Furthermore, while much scholarly attention has been dedicated to the attitude/behavior gap, such literature is not well connected, lacks definitional and conceptual clarity, and does not sufficiently explicate how and why there are individual differences in the experience and expression of environmental beliefs and values in the first place. As Stern, Dietz, Abel, Guagnano, and Kalof (1999) note, the complexity of such interacting processes too often is reduced to a description of ". . .social-psychological antecedents (sometimes loosely lumped together as 'atti-tudes') [which] are being put forward as explanatory constructs " (p. 91). Moreover, as Heberlein (2012) observes ". . .attitudes are important but need a more fundamental understanding of the science behind them " (p. 13). In an attempt to find common ground and deepen our understanding along these lines, with the ultimate goal of increasing the coherence and applicability of our theory and data, we first juxtapose a number of models and methods of environmental beliefs and values. We then offer an integrative framework and innovative approach for apprehending and measuring the complex and interacting processes by which environmental beliefs and values are acquired, maintained, and transformed. Finally, we conclude with a practical application of how a proenvironmental model may help transform the beliefs and behaviors of future generations, by highlighting research, education, and practice under the aegis of the global movement in Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) (PDF) Environmental Beliefs and Values: In Search of Models and Methods. Available from: [accessed Jun 15 2018].
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