Essays about: "travel behaviour"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 65 essays containing the words travel behaviour.

  1. 1. Emission Compensation as Companies’ Sustainability Strategy: Hindering Genuine Sustainability or Striving Towards It? Individual Consumers’ Perspective

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Anna Karlsson; Anna-Erika Korpi; [2019]
    Keywords : Emission Compensation; Individual Consumer; Consumption Behaviour; Companies’ Sustainability Strategy; Sustainability; Communication;

    Abstract : This study was designed to explore how consumers perceive voluntary emission compensation as a companies’ sustainability strategy and how to achieve common action between companies and individual consumers towards sustainability. Emission compensation as companies’ sustainability strategy has appeared to be a complex strategy from the consumers perspective, and there are multiple challenges in order to implement it effectively. READ MORE

  2. 2. Possible Implications of Mobility as a Service in a Mid-sized City : A Case Study of a Utility Company

    University essay from KTH/Skolan för industriell teknik och management (ITM)

    Author : Sara Nilsson; [2019]
    Keywords : Sustainable Transport Systems; Sustainable Mobility; Mobility as a Service; Business Models; Circular Business Models; and Product-Service Systems; Hållbara Transport System; Hållbar Mobilitet; Mobility as a Service; Affärsmodell; Cirkulär Affärsmodell; och Produkt-Tjänste Service;

    Abstract : The human behaviour is the greatest source of greenhouse gas emissions, and according to the Paris Agreement, the transport sector should lower their emissions by 70 % compared to the year 2010. Today, many organizations seek competitive advantage from service-oriented business opportunities to create further value for customers by fulfilling their problem and need. READ MORE

  3. 3. Time-travel and Empathy: an Analysis of how Anachronous Narrative Structures Affect Character/Reader Empathy

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Engelska institutionen

    Author : Sophie Austin; [2019]
    Keywords : Susan Keen; Gérard Genette; anachrony; empathy; narratology; time-travel; empathy toolbox; chronology;

    Abstract : This study focuses on the relationship between the author’s narrative craft and the potential for the reader’s empathetic response. Specifically, it discusses how an anachronous narrative structure provides the author with different ways to promote empathy. READ MORE

  4. 4. Reviewing environmental rebound effects from peer-to-peer boat sharing in Finland

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för geovetenskaper

    Author : Jon Warmington-Lundström; [2019]
    Keywords : Sustainable Development; Circular Economy; Sharing Economy; Peer-to-Peer Shared Access; Environmental Rebound Effect.;

    Abstract : The world crucially needs to reduce the level of emissions being released in the environment in order to combat climate change. With the global population increasing and economies continuing to grow, the circular economy has been heralded by many as the potential solution to economic prosperity whilst also reducing primary resource use and emissions. READ MORE

  5. 5. We are not idealists: A qualitative case study on the role of residents’ climate change concerns in rural mobility practices

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Miljövetenskaplig utbildning

    Author : Cathrine Højrup Gustafsson; [2019]
    Keywords : mitigation – everyday mobility – climate change concerns – rural – Kari Marie Norgaard – social practice theory – Denmark; Earth and Environmental Sciences;

    Abstract : Citizens concerned about climate change could represent a potential for changes in everyday travel behaviour in a less carbon intensive way, or even put public pressure on governmental decisions to mitigate climate change emissions from the transport sector. Situated in the context of rural residents’ everyday life in Denmark, this study explores how the role of climate change concerns within residents’ everyday travel practices might be understood. READ MORE