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How to improve consumers' environmental sustainability judgements of foods
Food production and consumption account for approximately one-third of households' environmental impact. Consumers thus play a major role in the shift towards more sustainable foods and diets. An overall sustainability ...
Development of targeted communication strategies to promote prudent antibiotic usage: needs assessment among the public
Background: Public behaviour is a crucial factor to reduce the risk of antibiotic resistance. A better understanding of the public‘s attitudes, knowledge and beliefs regarding antibiotics and antibiotic resistance is ...
Knowledge as a driver of public perceptions about climate change reassessed
It is intuitive to assume that concern about climate change should be preceded by knowledge about its effects. However, recent research suggests that knowledge about climate change has only a limited effect on shaping ...
Does environmental friendliness equal healthiness? : Swiss consumers’ perception of protein products
Food production and consumption have major impacts on the environment. At the same time, changes in human diets worldwide are increasingly leading to health problems. Both issues are highly influenced by consumers’ everyday ...
Application of multiblock modelling to identify key drivers for antimicrobial use in pig production in four European countries
Antimicrobial use in pig farming is influenced by a range of risk factors, including herd characteristics, biosecurity level, farm performance, occurrence of clinical signs and vaccination scheme, as well as farmers’ ...
Affect or information? Examining drivers of public preferences of future energy portfolios in Switzerland
The energy transition in Switzerland, as in many other countries, aims to increase the proportion of electricity produced using renewable energy technologies. In this context, governmental agencies and other institutions ...