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«Do we need to be educated to have Green concerns?»

Abstract : In the Unesco‟s report (2014), an essential role is given to education in the preservation of the environment, by improving understanding on environment deterioration or modifying individuals‟ behaviors. Indeed, many papers analyzed the importance of education on environmental sensitivity. However, they generally focus on only one environmental concern. The originality of our studyis that it takes into account a large range of green concerns. We lead an exploratory analysis in order to try to answer to the following problematic: what are the effects of educational level and socio demographic characteristics on variousgreen concerns?Preliminary results tend to confirm and highlight some relationshipsbetween education and environmental concerns. We especially underline that the more educated, the more open to global issueslike biodiversity or climate change issues.
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Magali Jaoul-Grammare, Anne Stenger. «Do we need to be educated to have Green concerns?». 2020. ⟨halshs-02623903⟩



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