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Factors Influencing Upcycling for UK Makers
Changing consumer behaviour can reduce environmental impacts. Upcycling is one of the understudied yet promising, environmentally sustainable behaviours that has the potential to contribute to the reduction of waste and ...
Actions across scales for scaling up sustainable practice/behaviour: The case of individual upcycling in the UK
(British Academy of Management, 2016-05-19)
As increasing scientific evidence has shown the potential risk of climate change, various actors at different levels across society have participated in action to mitigate climate change. Such action has included sustainable ...
An alternative approach to influencing behaviour: Adapting Darton’s Nine Principles framework for scaling up individual upcycling
(Design Research Society, 2016-06-27)
Behaviour change or influencing behaviour has recently been recognised as a new role of design by design academics and practitioners. Some approaches have been explored in past research, yet most focused on behaviour ...
Emerging Social Movements for Sustainability: Understanding and Scaling Up Upcycling in the UK
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2018-05-01)
Social movements have campaigned for environmental sustainability, most notably in relation to sustainable food production and climate change. Past research on these social movements has paid attention mainly to the ...
Individual upcycling in the UK: Insights for scaling up towards sustainable development
Community-level innovation or action for sustainability is an important strand for sustainable development. As such, researchers investigated grassroots innovations, community-driven development or bottom-up approach. Many ...
Developing Interventions for Scaling Up UK Upcycling
(Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2019-07-19)
Upcycling presents one of many opportunities for reducing consumption of materials and energy. Despite recent growth evidenced by increasing numbers of practitioners and businesses based on upcycling, it remains a niche ...