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5. Einstellung zur Verwendung nachhaltiger Produkte im Alltag

Authors : Oliver Gansser, Christina Reich

Published in: Bioökonomie

Publisher: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden

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Zusammenfassung

In einer bundesweiten Befragung mit über 18.000 Auskunftspersonen wurden mittels quantitativer Feldforschung die Kernthemen zur Bioökonomie untersucht. Die zentrale Fragestellung der Studie war die Erforschung der Einstellung zur Bioökonomie in der deutschen Bevölkerung im Alltag. Die Ergebnisse zeigen, dass im Bereich der Ernährung die höchste Zahlungsbereitschaft zu zugunsten der Nachhaltigkeit besteht. Personen, für die der Klimawandel das wichtigste Umweltproblem darstellt, sind bereit für nachhaltige Lösungen von Umweltproblemen mehr zu bezahlen. Grundsätzlich ist die Bereitschaft, Einschränkungen für Nachhaltigkeit in Kauf zu nehmen, im Bereich der Mobilität am geringsten. Eine weitere Erkenntnis ist, dass die Bedeutung, dass Lebensmittel kein Erdöl oder Mikroplastik enthalten, besonders stark davon beeinflusst wird, wie wichtig das Thema Plastikmüll in den Weltmeeren bewertet wird.

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Metadata
Title
Einstellung zur Verwendung nachhaltiger Produkte im Alltag
Authors
Oliver Gansser
Christina Reich
Copyright Year
2022
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-34322-4_5

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