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The Shocking Attribute that Most Influences Eco-Friendly Behavior

A new study published in Psychological Science has revealed what researchers really believe to be the motivating factor behind eco-friendly behavior.   Although I’ve dabbled in vegetarianism since middle school, it wasn’t until I was an adult in my early twenties that I began to adopt a permanent, more mindful way of life. What changed? Was… The post The Shocking Attribute that Most Influences Eco-Friendly Behavior appeared first on EcoSalon.
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