You’ve heard it said that we all need to do our bit for the planet. Whether it’s avoiding plastic straws. Carrying reusable shopping bags. Using low energy light bulbs. Sure, these are just little things. But everybody doing a little all adds up, doesn’t it?
It turns out there’s research that highlights there’s a right way and a wrong way to approach it. And guess which one most of us are taking? Let’s have a look.
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Some of the key arguments in this video are from the book The Willpower Instinct, by Kelly McGonigal
Moral Cleansing and Moral Licenses: experimental evidence, Brañas-Garza et al, 2013
Do green products make us better people? (Mazar & Zhong, 2010)
Hybrid drivers more ticket- and accident-prone
A Meta-Analytical Review of Moral Licensing
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