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"Litter-ology successfully translates theory into practice. Want to know why people litter in public spaces and how this can be stopped? Read this book."
- Natacha Dobrovolsky, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Environmental Sustainability Engagement Leader
WHY ON EARTH DO PEOPLE LITTER?
Imagine if all our public places were clean and free of litter. The litter in parks, beaches, shops, transport stops, waterfronts and roads wouldn't be ending up in stormwater, polluting our waterways. It would end up where it belongs, in the bin. In Litter-ology, environmental psychologists Karen Spehr and Rob Curnow share their insights gained in over 20 years working on changing people's disposal behaviour in public places.
They help us understand:
? Why people litter (and why they use the bin)
? Who litters and how they do it
? What people say about their littering is not necessarily what they do
? How social norms work to prevent littering
? Personal responsibility and littering
? The power of rewards and sanctions
Based on up to date research evidence, Litter-ology is a highly readable guide for all those who are trying to get results in keeping their public places clean and litter free.
"The most comprehensive treatise of littering behaviour ever written. Highly recommended."
- John Schert, Executive Director, The Bill Hinkley Center for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management, University of Florida.
"Litter-ology reflects all that Keep Auckland Beautiful learned and is now putting into practice. It will be a tremendous tool."
- Iris M. Donoghue MNZM, Chairperson, Keep Auckland Beautiful
"Litter-ology will be of great assistance whenever I have decided on a solution to the problem before checking my assumptions. Every disposer should read it at least once."
- Stan Moore, CEO, Australian Packaging Covenant
"Narrating real-world case studies, a comprehensive and insightful conversation about the who, when, where, how and why behind littering. Practical and enlightening, an invaluable tool for anyone who's serious about tackling litter."
- David Imrie, Chief Executive, Keep NSW Beautiful
"This lively, informative book helps demystify behavior and provides smart tips and strategies for reducing litter. We'll draw on Litter-ology for our community-focused marine debris prevention programs."
- CJ Reynolds, University of South Florida College of Marine Science, and Executive Director, International Ocean Institute-USA
Attitude towards littering.
Litter definition is - a covered and curtained couch provided with shafts and used for carrying a single passenger. 2a(1) : material used as bedding for animals Fibrous peat was used as litter for livestock.
Litter definition: Litter is rubbish that is left lying around outside.