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Environmental Reviews and Case Studies: Changing Norms by Changing Behavior: The Princeton Drink Local Program

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Environmental Practice

Cambridge University Press (CUP)

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            Affiliations
            [1 ] Office of Sustainability, MacMillan Annex West, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
            [2 ] Department of Psychology, Woodrow Wilson School of Public Affairs and Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
            Journal
            Environmental Practice
            Environmental Practice
            Cambridge University Press (CUP)
            1466-0466
            1466-0474
            January 04 2017
            January 04 2017
            June 2016
            : 18
            : 2
            : 116-122
            10.1017/S1466046616000144
            © 2016

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